Am primit un premiu bronz pentru Jar 2016 si o recomadare pentru Clar 2016 din partea IWC (International Wine Challenge)
România este unul dintre cei mai mari producători de vin din Europa şi chiar la vârful clasamentului mondial (locul 13), însă dincolo de graniţele ţării, numele nu are acelaşi ecou ca pe piaţa locală.
Touring vineyards and tasting from the barrel is any wine lover’s dream getaway. But why not try a winery off the beaten track?
In the Prahova county of Romania, just outside Bucharest, there is a town called Urlati. From the verb “urla”, to howl, its name could be translated as Screamtown.
[Partidul Brandurilor] Mihnea Vasilache (Dagon Wines): Dagon nu face politica partizana, dar nici nu e indiferent la societatea in care este baut
Beside helping small producers and getting better wine for your buck, there are also much more interesting regions to be discovered.
We were invited to Romania by the proprietor of Dagon Winery, Mihnea Vasilache. The winery is young and currently has 14 hectares of planted vineyards within the Dealu Mare DOC.
In early July, Mihnea Vasilache invited us to his homeland of Romania to taste wines from the country.
Daca e miercuri, ai vin de la Crama Noastra ! Invitatie valabila doar pentru cei pentru care un moft s-a transformat in pasiune si vor mai mult…
The Dagon Clan wines are quite different to Mark Haisma’s French wines. Although we are not talking massive commercial quantities, there is a really wide appeal to them, and their pricing is very competitive with less well crafted wines from Western Europe.