LacertA Winery

Purcari Winery

Serve Winery

Liliac Winery

Rotenberg Winery

Jidvei Winery

Viile Metamorfosis Winery

Budureasca Winery

Oprișor Winery

Tips and Tricks

Wine has been around since ancient times. It became popular because water wasn’t safe to drink and Coca Cola hadn’t been invented yet

Over the years wine transformed into a luxury beverage.

Romania is on the 13th place in the production of wines in the world.

There are many reasons to go on a wine tour: try new wines, meet new people, discover new regions

Wine is almost always produced in beautiful places to which you would want to go anyway

Wine trips educate people about grapes, fermentation and flavor profiles

From varietals to harvesting techniques to the best way to taste the wine, tours are meant to be as informative as they are fun

These tours can help people appreciate all that goes into a single sip

You would visit a vineyard, do a tasting, leave with a couple of bottles and that was that, but we have expanded the idea

You can concentrate on tasting and talk, or cycling and walking because wine is an entrée to all sorts of enjoyment


Romanian Wine Varieties

Babeasca Neagra, Babeasca Gri, Busuioaca de Bohotin, Cramposie, Feteasca Alba, Feteasca Neagra, Feteasca Regala, Francusa, Galbena de Odobesti, Grasa de Cotnari, Sarba, Tamaioasa Romaneasca, Zghihara de Husi, Creata, Iordana, Cadarca, Negru de Dragasani, Novac

The Modern Romanian industry

has only been in existence since the fall of communism. Modern wine industry is barely 30 years old.

Romanian Production

Romania is world’s 13th-largest wine producer and Europe’s sixth-producer.


Yielding 4.9 million hectolitres in 2019.

The largest producer

Last year, Cramele Recas became the largest producer in Romania by volume and turnover.


Romania is exporting only 5% of what it is produced in the country.

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