Purcari Winery is one of the oldest and most prestigious wine producers in Moldova, with a history that dates back to the 19th century. The winery is located in the Purcari village, in the southeastern part of the country, in a region that has been renowned for winemaking for centuries. Purcari Winery is famous for its high-quality wines, which are made from traditional grape varieties and aged in oak barrels. The winery’s flagship wine is the Negru de Purcari, a red wine made from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Rara Neagra grapes.

This wine is considered one of the best wines in Moldova, with a rich aroma of blackberries, spices, and vanilla, and a long, elegant finish. The Negru de Purcari has won numerous awards and accolades, including a gold medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards. It’s a gem of a wine that not only succeed in showing the potential of the region in term of quality but also express Moldovan authenticity and style. In addition to the Negru de Purcari, Purcari Winery produces many other high-quality wines, including high-quality, traditional methods, elegant, and precise sparkling wines. All of the winery’s wines are made from grapes grown in the Purcari vineyards, covering over 250 hectares. Purcari Winery is also renowned for its commitment to quality and innovation in winemaking.

The winery uses modern techniques to ensure the highest quality of its wines, while also preserving the traditional methods of winemaking that have been used in Moldova for centuries.

Castel Mimi

Castell Mimi has a rich history that dates back to the late 19th century. The winery was originally founded in 1893 by Constantin Mimi, a prominent politician and winemaker in the region. Mimi was passionate about wine and wanted to create a winery that would produce high-quality wines that could compete with the best in Europe. The winery thrived under Mimi’s leadership, and his wines quickly gained a reputation for their exceptional quality. Castell Mimi’s wines were served at royal courts and were awarded numerous prizes at international wine competitions.

However, the winery’s success was short-lived. In 1940, Moldova was annexed by the Soviet Union, and Castell Mimi was nationalized. The winery was renamed “Kolhoz 1 Mai” and was run by the state for several decades. During this time, the winery’s production methods and quality suffered, and its wines lost their reputation. In 1991, Moldova gained its independence from the Soviet Union, and Castell Mimi was returned to the Mimi family. However, the winery was in a state of disrepair, and much of its infrastructure had been destroyed.

. Constantin Mimi’s great-grandson, Constantin Vinohodovschi, took on the daunting task of restoring the winery to its former glory. Vinohodovschi invested heavily in the winery, rebuilding its facilities, replanting its vineyards, and implementing modern winemaking techniques. He also commissioned the construction of a stunning new winery building, inspired by the traditional architecture of the region.

Today, Castell Mimi is one of the most successful wineries in Moldova, known for its exceptional wines and beautiful surroundings. The winery has won numerous awards and has gained a reputation as a leading producer of high-quality wines in Eastern Europe. Castell Mimi remains a family-owned business, with Vinohodovschi’s daughter, Anastasia, and General Manager Adrian Trofim now leading the winery into the future. Castell Mimi’s diverse range of wines caters to different tastes and occasions. The winery’s wines can be grouped into several distinct ranges, each with a unique character and flavor profile. One of their premium range is called the Governor. The Governor is a premium range of wines that are made in limited quantities and are only released in exceptional vintages. These wines are complex, and layered, and offer a higher level of refinement and sophistication. On another note, the Animaliens wines are young wines with fresh and persistent characters. Wines that express the lively and abundant nature of the Moldovan land. Each label depicts the image of an animal from local Moldovan folklore and legends. The colorful symbols represent wine bouquets, and patterns from traditional Moldovan carpets and pay homage to historical places, beliefs, and events. A simple way to discover local varietals such as Saperavi or Fateasca Alba.

The touristic offer of Castell Mimi is the most tailored in the whole country. Castell Mimi offers a range of touristic activities for visitors to experience the winery and the beauty of the Moldovan countryside. From winery tours, to visit the vineyards and beautiful barrel room to wine tastings and Moldovan elevated culinary offers, there are lots to do. Castell Mimi has also a beautiful event space that can be rented for weddings, corporate events, and other special occasions as well as several guest rooms and suites that are available for overnight stays. The rooms are beautifully appointed and offer views of the winery with luxury comfort. The establishment was included in the list of the top 15 most beautiful wineries in the world, for its historical and architectural properties.



Moldova is an ancient winemaking country rich in unique traditions and discoveries. I’m sure when you think about wine, the first thing that comes into mind might not be Moldova, but the truth is, this country could literally be described as a sea of wine. The scale of Moldovan winemaking is so great that it is considered the biggest industry in the whole country and it has it has the highest number of vines per capita worldwide as well as some of the world’s largest cellars. No wonder, when you speak to a Moldovan about wine, they will show you the most genuine pride you’ll ever see.

The next step in history involves a prohibition era. On May 16, 1985, the Supreme Soviet of the USSR issued a Decree on measures to eradicate drunkenness and alcoholism and the production of homemade spirits, quickly followed by a by massive destruction of vineyards. Now, it’s easier to understand why a country that has a bigger proportion of its land covered with vineyards than any other country. is not better known for its wines. It was only in 1991, after gaining its independence, that the Moldovan wine Industry was able to rebuild itself. Even then Russia remained the biggest export market and wines were made to favor the Russian palate, with sweeter wines mostly. Until another event hit the market. In March 2006, the Russian Federation imposed an embargo on the import of wines from the Republic of Moldova, valid for almost two years, which led to the loss of access of Moldovan winemakers to the Russian wine market, representing 80% of Moldovan alcoholic beverages.

The producers were forced to either look for other export markets or go Bankrupt, which many did. Devious work and investments were put into updating winemaking materials and learning more about the international market. While they may appear late to the game, Moldovan producers are incredibly dynamic and show know-how and passion. Their roots run deep and winemaking is still one of the priorities for the country. Probably even more now than ever. Today Moldovan counts 50 different export markets and a total of 338 wineries. The Republic of Moldova has an area of 112 thousand ha of vineyards, planted with over 50 technical grape varieties. Now, the country wine industry is working hard to sell its wares around the world, with a new generation of winemakers focusing on quality, not quantity. As well as the classic international grape varieties, Moldova is rightly proud of its indigenous varieties such as red grapes Feteasca Neagra and Rara Neagra, and the white variety Viorica.

While on land you can see vines as far as the eye can see, perfectly straight-aligned, state-of-the-art winemaking facilities, gigantic steel tanks, and bottling lines that could make any small winemakers jealous, dare to step underground, and it’s another world. The biggest estates in Moldova are the two state-owned Cricova and Milestii Mici. They both have impressive underground wine cellars. These are actually ancient stone quarries that were turned into “wine factories during the Soviet period, in the 1960s. These hundreds of kilometers of tunnels have won the title of the biggest wine collection in the world.

Visitors and tourists come in masses to visit these collections. You actually have to take a train to do the tour because it would be too long on foot and maybe a bit too creepy in the dark. While these are the bigger versions, all wineries have some sort of remnants of another time. At Asconi Winery, they have old bottles stored at the estate and no way of knowing exactly what they contain. Rare and unique relic of a different past such as handled-shaped bottles of 1994 mystery wines. Other special finds are hidden in the spectacular secret cellar of Castel Mimi, one of the most beautiful and modern estates.

in Moldova. When you go down underground, the secret cellar hides the oldest wine collection in the country, you can also fount centuries-old precious Rose Oil flasks that have been perfectly preserved. The beautiful stoned wine cellar was once covered in tiles, from the soviet era, communist decisions didn’t always make sense and they needed the time to use these tiles so they did layers of it for nothing in the cellars. It took a lot of time and labor to find out these tiles were ruining the whole environment and aeration of the cellars and had to be taken all out. Often a harmony of incredible finds and rarities as well as the soviet residue of the past, underground Moldova is vast and rich in discoveries and exciting finds.

Martin’s Lane Winery

Martin’s Lane Winery may be a newcomer to the winery scene in Kelowna but it’s already making waves. With their intimate production (only 2000 cases/year) focused exclusively on Riesling and Pinot Noir single-varietals, they’re pushing back boundaries in the Okanagan Valley in terms of showing quality potential and site-specific character. The six-level, state-of-the-art, gravity-flow winery is quite breathtaking with attention to detail and modern design that is quite exquisite and artistic. The first vintage was launched in 2014, but it already has so much personality and depth.

Winemaker Shane Munn is an artist in winemaking who shows precision and passion in every detail of his work. With a world-class gravity-flow facility in his hands and sustainability in his sight, he’s able to craft wines that display complexity, texture, and elegance as well as depicting the rugged and freestyle of the Okanagan. With his determination and skills, Martin’s Lane will surely bring Okanagan’s international recognition to another level.  This is an exciting project for the Van Mandl Group, with a dynamic approach and a creative, forward-thinking vision.


This wine comes from the North-facing, Granite-based Simes Vineyard located in East Kelowna. This is quite the cool, northern location, and it shows in the character of the wine. This Riesling made of clone 49 is vibrant and bone-dry with a very bright chiseled energy. It’s lemon-focused with very integrated minerality and an acidity that leads & lingers for days.


From the Dehart Vineyard in East Kelowna not far from the Simes Vineyard but planted to just two Pinot clones, 777 and 667, this site is west-facing, high elevation, and warmer in comparison to Simes. Precise expression with stern & tart fruit character and subtle oak spices. The palate is chewy and plush with softly-grained tannins but an overall gentle mouthfeel.


The cool Simes site is actually Pinot Noir dominant using clones. Fresh and appealing, this wine has finely detailed aromas of cherry fruit, underbrush, and cedar, along with plum, savory herbs, and baking spice. The palate is medium-bodied, rich, and firm in an effortless way.


When talking with Shane Munn, he mentioned “Pinot likes to grow in beautiful places.” Naramata Bench’s graceful landscape and parcelled land surely apply to this. This is a textured,
bold, and pure expression with velvet-like mouthfeel. Sowing earthy tones very mature fruit, and clove, this wine shows its true strength in its memorably soft and laced palate.

CedarCreek Winery

CedarCreek is committed to providing guests with an intimate and educational experience in an exceptional setting. With their new aspect house building dedicated to private, exclusive tasting areas for club members, they provide a very intimate and committed tasting experience. Impressive wines in an impressive setting. They were one of the first 8 pioneering wineries of BC with their first wines produced in 1987, after having purchased the property in 1986. After 27 years in the Fitzpatrick family, the von Mandl Family, owners of Mission Hill Winery took the reins. CedarCreek’s 50-acre estate features organic, single-vineyard wines from 30-year-old vines.

In fact, their Pinot Noirs are made from some of the oldest vines in British Columbia! Located on the shores of Lake Okanagan, you can enjoy award-winning Okanagan wine with beautiful lake views. They also benefit from another site down in Osoyoos of 53 acres.


Block 3 is an aged planting dating back to 1991. This wine was kept on the skins for 12 hours and aged half in stainless, and half in German oak. Ripe and deeply aromatic riesling this wine is definitely characterized by its intensity. Bright lime dominates with floral and candied citrus to follow. The palate has a bit of grip and a perfectly balanced sugar-to-acidity ratio.


Block 5 is at the top of the Kelowna-based Home Block Vineyard. This Chardonnay is built on a ripe foundation with bright and clean acids as well as a creamy texture. Notes of apricot, starfruit, and mango, with a persistent flint hint and moderate oak presence. The palate is light and pure with moderate volume and fresh acidity.


The fruit is clone 115, fermented in concrete tanks, aged 14 months in French oak (18% new). This is a seductive wine, beginning with floral and strawberry aromas. On the palate, there’s a silky touch with fruit-forward flavors and a savory finish. A classic Pinot Noir layered with elegance.


This wine is a tribute to the unique blend of clones planted on clay, silt, and stone. Fermented with wild yeasts and aged in French oak for a year to allow the different expressions of Pinot Noir from three different clones (115, 667, and 777) to marry into this intricate wine. The style is very savory with forest floor, dark, rich black fruits, game and mushroom flavor. The palate brings texture and soft spices. Overall a bold and voluminous Pinot Noir.

Summerhill Pyramid

Summerhill Pyramid might be one of the most visited wineries in South Kelowna, but it doesn’t stop it
from offering a tailored & welcoming experience. Expect one of the best views overlooking Okanagan
lake, dedicated staff, and amazing food offer mostly from their own garden on-site as well as their
organic wines with bright expression terroir-driven profiles and just a quiet elegance that makes them
stand out.
Winemaker Michael Alexander is dedicated to Summerhill’s cellar and views organically and
biodynamically grown grapes as fundamental to its award-winning wines. Whether it’s from their own
vineyards or sourced from passionate grape growers with which they are very closely linked, fruits are
always handled with the utmost respect. Don’t let the touristic popularity fool you, the team really put
everything in place to extract the grapes’ true nature and nurture integrity, wines that can come from
nowhere but the Okanagan.
Summerhill’s passion runs from vine to cellar and from garden to plate. Their seasonal bistro will have
you drool over flavorsome plates. Especially their cheese & Charcuterie boards.

Made of 60% Pinot Noir, 38% Chardonnay, 2% Pinot Meunier, this aged vintage sparkling is showing
great maturity. Creamy, zesty, and opulent with a very fulfilling mouthful. It’s fully developed with aromas
of biscuits, brioche, Meyer lemon, lees, and toasted hazelnuts. The effervescence is smooth and
delicate with bright acidity and a lifting finish.

From their certified organic and biodynamic Kelowna estate vineyard, this chardonnay was taken
off blocks 10 and 19, naturally fermented in a mix of stainless (75%) and new 500L oak. This
creamy chardonnay offers a great balance between volume, texture, and freshness. Ripe orchard
fruits, peach skin, spices, and zest are melting together with a mellow palate and pleasant acidity.

Made in partnership with grape grower Ron Firman at his Spadefoot Toad Vineyard in Oliver, BC,
along with the legendary Canadian artist and activist Robert Bateman, who has drafted an original
illustration especially for the labels, this Sangiovese really follows Summerhill’s vision. With
concentrated flavors of fresh cherries and blueberries with aromatic herbs, this wine shows
character and a great concentrated flavor profile.

Firm and grippy Syrah from the same Oliver Vineyard and aged 35 months in mostly neutral oak
barriques. Aromas include ripe blackberry, cedar, and minimal pepper presence. The palate is
muscular and bold with full-body and scabrous tannins. Very concentrated and dark syrah but still
feels quite balanced.

85% organic Cabernet Franc, 15% organic Cabernet Sauvignon grown in southern Okanagan
vineyards. The Cabernet Sauvignon portion was fermented in oak foudre before joining the
Cabernet Franc for 12-18 months in oak barrels. Notes of cherry, cassis, cocoa, cedar, and a hint of
smoke. This is a rich and smooth expression of this varietal with brightness and a final cinnamon


Anthony von Mandl, founder of the Mark Anthony group in 1972 surely become a powerful
advocate for the Okanagan valley and played an important part in the development of the
region. It is from the success of the Mark Anthony brand, that allowed him to create state-ofthe art,
meaningful wineries in the region. Mission Hill dates back to 1965, on the top of a
gorgeous hill. It was in 1981, after various failures from previous owner, that von Mandl
purchased the estate with big plans and major renovations for it. Now, this audacious project
has proven to have a deep commitment to the region, and a relentless passion to produce
world-renowned wines. Today, mission Hill is a masterpiece in itself, with breathtaking
architecture and a touristic offer that surpasses any. Chef Patrick Gayler’s harvest lunch is one
to remember and his dedication to uses ingredients in close relationship with the wines terroir is inspiring.

Jagged Rock Vineyard, surrounded by steep rocky cliffs at 1,400 feet
elevation, is a remarkable spot. This Sauvignon, Semillon blend offers great
freshness as well as a delightful mix of white stone fruits, lemon confit, and
passionfruit on the palate.

Harvested from their eastern Osoyoos vineyard estate, this chardonnay
comes from historic French Burgundian Dijon clones. This is a rich, powerful
and toasty wine. Aromas include ripe orchard fruit, zest, brioche, and
crackers. On the palate, french oak is highlighted with also a malolactic
influence but the boldness is well-integrated thanks to the striking acidity.

Dark and deep syrah, this wine was aged14 months in French oak barriques
(20% new). Generous in style with bountiful spices and pepper notes. It has a
rich and concentrated style with great elegance, a voluminous palate, and
drying tannins.

A quatrain is a poetic stanza of four lines, especially one having alternate
rhymes. It represents the four varietals of the blend, Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet
Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon. The nose opens on fragrant notes and has a
very opulent intensity. This is a wine with dimension and plushness. Very
mature, jammy black fruits rub shoulders with cedarwood, licorice, and oak
spices. The palate is lengthy and fleshy with density and volume.


Owned by the Stewart family, Quail’s gate is a pioneer in the region. What started as a nursery
business, when when Richard Stewart Sr. first established in the region in 1908 as set up the
family for decades of history in the wine industry. Quail’s gate was for the first 30 years of the
company, wine growers, to eventually become wine makers for the rest of their existence.
The first grapes to be planted was Chasselas in 1962, while they taught it was Riesling at the
time, it became even today, one of their best sellers in their Chasselas, Pinot blanc blend.
They now have 15 grape varietals planted all around the Okanagan. While they do have a
good amount of vineyards right around the winery, 85 ha, they actually own 250 ha in 6
different spots from North to South of the valley.
The modern and beautiful wine shop overlooking the vines was built in 2007 and makes for
the perfect tasting setting.

Quail’s Gate’s Chardonnay
Quails’ Gate is known for its ideal site for growing varietal grapes, especially
Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. In short order the Stewart Family realized the
potential for premium wines from these varietals which have become the
main focus of the winery. Other varieties include Riesling, Merlot,
Gewurztraminer, Chenin Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc,
Pinot Blanc, Marechal Foch and Chasselas.

Composed of clone 95 exclusively this is the estate’s flagship white, grapes
are grown on the volcanic slopes of Boucherie Mountain just above the
winery. The Stewart Family Reserve Chardonnay is whole-cluster pressed
and 100% barrel fermented in new and neutral French oak. Full malolactic
fermentation was carried out to enhance the mid-palate, with aging on lees
and regular battonage. It shows a rich creaminess that relates its new world
style. It’s fragrant an opulent with a mature orchard fruit aromatic profile.
Deliciously rounded.

Situated on the north side of Boucherie Road at Quails’ Gate’s Estate in West
Kelowna, Rosemary’s Block has a pristine view of Okanagan Lake and is
recognized for the quality of its grapes. Part of the founder’s reserve series,
these are limited release. Clones 76, 809 and 277 planted in 1996, wholecluster pressed and 100% barrel fermented in a mix of new and old French
oak. It’s a very elegant, graceful expression, showing a perfumed style,
delicate finesse as well as some phenolic bitterness that gives it length. It’s a
gorgeous wine with tension and freshness.

A fresh, lively and stony Chenin Blanc. It shows floral notes, as well as crisp
acidity and a mellow volume on the palate. Very recognizable as it is varietal
accurate and simply pleasant. Honeysuckle and citrus are shining as main
aromas, but also pear and saltiness.

Quail’s Gate’s Chenin Blanc
Clone 220 originates from Loire valley and is characterized by its thicker skin.
Mostly fermented in concrete eggs for 9 month, this is a top-tier expression of
this varietal. Fully concentrated, it shows classic quince, honeydew,
elderflower and candle wax aromas with also some savory notes of sage. It’s
definitely one of the most complex and flavorsome Chenin in the valley.

A fresh, lively and stony Chenin Blanc. It shows floral notes, as well as crisp
acidity and a mellow volume on the palate. Very recognizable as it is varietal
accurate and simply pleasant. Honeysuckle and citrus are shining as main
aromas, but also pear and saltiness.

Quail’s Gate’s Pinot Noir
Quail’s Gate estate pinot noir profile shows very mature fruits, plum, and figs
as well as an empyreumatic style with tar and coffee aromas. The lively
acidity brings all the freshness and character to the juicy palate. It’s aged 9
months in neutral oak, giving it some welcomed volume.

Sourced from our finest blocks on the Boucherie slopes just across from the
winery with some vines dating back to 1970. This wine is made in limited
quantities and shows great elegance and finesse. Opens very delicately to
black cherry, truffle, plum, licorice, with vanilla oak presence. The palate is
firmly structured with rich, concentrated volume and a slight bitterness to the

This wine is an exclusive blend of the best and oldest Dijon Clones in the
estate. Blended from 16-year-old Dijon clones 115 and 667, aged in gross
lees in French oak for 10 months of which 60% are new and 40% are 1 year
old. Only 55 cases of this wine were produced. It is very Burgundian in style
with earthy tones, forest floor, mushroom, and beautiful violet aromas. It’s a
very aromatic and fragrant wine. The palate is rich and supple, very elegantly


Budureasca is a winery located in
Southern Romania’s Dealu Mare DOC
region. The vineyard covers an area of
275 hectares (680 acres). And it is one
of the largest producers from the Dealu
Mare Vineyard. The investment in
production & technology made in
Budureasca is impressive at every point.
Modern, dedicated, Romanian-owned,
Budureasca is preparing to be on the
first row of the bright Romanian wine
The Budureasca vineyards extend over
275 hectares of vines and its giant
winery was completed in 2013, thanks to
an investment of more than 6 million

With its 5200 m² built, it is the newest and
largest wine cellar in Dealu Mare. It has one of
the most modern wine-growing centers in
Romania with a production and storage
capacity of 3 million liters of wine per year.

This white blend is comprised of Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Blanc, and Pinot Gris. The smoky
& Exotic profile, the partial malolactic fermentation, and additional battonage give it a good
textural advantage. Oak is well integrated and leaves room for interesting basil and lemon

Floral and delicate Organic Chardonnay with rich, ripe lemon taste. Fermented in Inox tanks,
to preserve freshness and simplicity, it has fresh acidity,

A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Feteasca Neagra that shows a
balance between power and suppleness. Opening up on aromatic spice character, cumin,
cardamom, and chili powder, as well as deep dark fruits, the blend successfully brings
complexity and harmony. Well-structured with more volume and concentration than

Aged in a mix of french and Romanian oak, this plummy wine is rich and warm with cassis,
earth, and spices notes. There’s a rustic side to its character with a good tannic presence
and a rounded, heavy mouthfeel.


Vinarte is one of the few Post-communism
pioneer wineries established in 1998 from
Franco-Italian investments. From the start, the
winery’s goal was to produce quality wines with
careful viticulture practices, a sharp selection of
vine plantings, and meticulous, modern
winemaking techniques.
1999 was the first vintage for Vinarte, in their
magnificent location & unique terroirs sourcing
fruit from three of the best locations: Samburesti,
Starmina, and Zoresti. In Sâmbureşti, Vinarte
owns a domain called Castel Bolonavu with a
total area of 60 hectares. The wine region where
the Castel Bolovanu vineyard is located is one of
the oldest and most beautiful in Romania, and
recent archaeological discoveries lead us to
believe that its history stretches back at least
2000 years.

Vinarte has developed a portfolio
in which the native grapes are
blended with international ones:
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot &
Cabernet Franc are the most
planted, but they also highlight the
unique character of Fetească
Neagră, as well as some
experimental grapes created in
the Drăgăşani research facilities
on the Other side of the Olt River,
the unique varietals called Novac
and Negru of Drăgăşani.

New investments from Switzerland, have also brought a
lot of Innovation and structure. Since 2019, the winery is
under the ownership of Tim Brockman, and the winery
took a turn towards a diversification of the portfolio with
the addition of 9 hectares of white varietals, as well as
Wine tourism development and a new market expansion.
Canada, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, Poland, China,
Korea, and Japan already embrace Vinarte products.
This is very innovative as Romanian wines are often
considered a curiosity or an exotic choice on
International markets, but Vinarte is providing proper
communication & education on their products &
Romanian winemaking history.

Soare Cabernet Sauvignon brought the company the recognition as a specialist in red wines
that they still enjoy today. With a 24 month of Barrel aging, about 25% new oak, these wines
are the ultimate expression or Romanian potential. The winery still keeps wines in vinoteca
wines since the very first vintage in 1999. An intense wine, that shows incredible suppleness
& complexity even after 20 years.

Nedeea Cupaj Roșu
NEDEEA label is promoting blends of local grape varietal.
For this red wine, it’s a unique blend of Feteasca Neagră,
Negru de Dragăşani and Novac. Strong in taste with
intense red fruit aromas and a lovely rusticity. It’s a wine that
is easily identifiable as Romanian in style.

Soare Blanc de Noir
One of the new white wines added to the Vinarte portfolio,
this Cabernet Sauvignon-based white Blanc de noirs
shows lovely red fruit aromas of red currant and cherries,
with a texture that reminds white tannins and a strong
freshness. Very original wine.

Prince Mircea
Fetească Neagră – Rezervă
Concentration and rusticity would best describe this wine.
Rich and bold, with deep black fruit aromas and a wild
game nature, it has great complexity. Dark chocolate,
aniseed, black currant & blueberries blend in a rounded
and intense taste.

Q – Ediție Unică Riesling
Produced only once since the opening of the winery, this
sweet and decadent Late-Harvest Riesling is the result of
years of experiments. Sweet & peachy with vibrant acidity,
this is a sweet wine that can compete with world-class levels.
While Romania’s production does include many sweeter,
aromatic style wines, not many are made as proper, complex
dessert wines like this one.