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Mundus Vini Awards (Germany) - Gold Medal
In the heart of Dealu Mare, in an area with rolling hills, caressed by the sun, we find Budureasca vineyards- an ancient place, with deep roots in the history of wine culture. The archeological evidence found nearby suggests that this place has had a particularly rich tradition in winemaking since Dacian times. Nowadays, the wines from these vineyards are well known and appreciated for their unique quality, but also for being able to adapt to the Modern World. These things wouldn’t be possible without the endeavors and the passion of the people who craft them.
Budureasca vineyards belong to the “Wine Parallel”, being placed in similar geographical coordinates as world-famous regions such as Bordeaux and Burgundy.
Fetească Neagră is a distinguished indigenous Romanian grape variety and one of the oldest grapes varieties in the world. It is a selection of Vitis Silvestris -Wild Vine-that was cultivated by the Dacians, the indigenous people, before the Romans came to the area. The archeological evidence suggests that the place has a particularly rich tradition in winemaking. The grape variety survived the phylloxera epidemic at the end of the 19th century.
Fetească Neagră is known as "The Ruby of the Romanian wines", leading the Romanian wine identity.
Dark ruby in color with fruity aromas of dark cherries, dry frosted plums, and blackcurrant. Traces of cinnamon, and vanilla. The wine is silky, frank, and fresh. It was aged in Romanian oak.
A distinctive wine that can be enjoyed during wonderful evenings with family and friends, socializing, reading a book, or watching a movie.