28 Oct 2021

Category: Wines

Romanian Wine Grapes

Băbească Neagră – an ignored beauty 

Băbeasca Neagră (which roughly translates to “old lady’s black grape”) is the second most widespread indigenous red grape in Romania (2590 ha), after Feteasca Neagră (3090 ha), although the presence on the shelves gives no hint about this at all. Most producers overlooked this variety...
Romanian Wine Grapes

A Pocket Guide- Red Romanian Grapes- Negru de Dragasani 

This year Romania celebrates 100 years as a unified county, but for several centuries before the region’s historical provinces spoke a common language and shared similar customs and traditions. These included a talent for viticulture and passionate appreciation for wine. Today, the passion persists, and viticulture…