Profound Romania with its best wines!

The Purest From Grapes!

When visiting Romania, it’s a pity to skip one, very important, part of Romanian culture and tradition that is still a mystery for most foreign visitors: wine.

Almost 200.000 hectares of vineyards, over 100 wine cellars with tradition and award-winning wines in global contests, more than 12 native vine varieties unique in the world, and thousands of years of wine tradition. Yes, thousands of years of wine tradition. Romania has one of the oldest wine traditions in the world – more than 6000 years of viticulture and it is believed that Dionysos, the God of wine, was born on this land.

If you're a wine lover and would like to visit Romanian wineries but don’t know where to start, you’re in the right place. For sure you will love to taste Romanian wines and match with our traditional cheese and organic tasty food and visit some of the best regions of our country with its fairy tale castles and magnificent landscapes. 

In this tour we combine the best wine regions: 
"Dealu Mare"  wine region known as Tuscany of Romania
Valea Calugareasca wine region
Pietroasele - the oldest wine region of Romania
Cotnari  - the most popular wine region

Also, beautiful cities and the most wanted attractions:
Iasi - the city of the first Great Union
Painted Monasteries of Bucovina: Voronet, Moldovita, Sucevita and surrounding 
The Princely Fortress of Suceava
Brasov – medieval town  
Bran Castle, well known as Dracula s Castle 
Peles Castle - the Kings summer residence 

Day 1: Bucharest - Urlati - Valea Calugareasca - Sarata Monteoru (130 km)

Day 2: Wine tasting day: Dealu Mare Region - The Romanian Tuscany!

Day 3: Sarata Monteoru - Focsani - Husi - Iasi

Day 4: Iasi - cultural tour

Day 5: Iasi - Cotnari - Suceava - Gura Humorului

Day 6: Bucovina: Painted Monasteries!

Day 7: Gura Humorului - Tarpesti - Red Lake - Brasov

Day 8: Brasov - Explore Medieval town!

Day 9: Brasov – Bran - Sinaia –Bucharest 210 km “Royal Day”

Description

When visiting Romania, it’s a pity to skip one, very important, part of Romanian culture and tradition that is still a mystery for most foreign visitors: wine.

Almost 200.000 hectares of vineyards, over 100 wine cellars with tradition and award-winning wines in global contests, more than 12 native vine varieties unique in the world, and thousands of years of wine tradition. Yes, thousands of years of wine tradition. Romania has one of the oldest wine traditions in the world – more than 6000 years of viticulture and it is believed that Dionysos, the God of wine, was born on this land.

If you're a wine lover and would like to visit Romanian wineries but don’t know where to start, you’re in the right place. For sure you will love to taste Romanian wines and match with our traditional cheese and organic tasty food and visit some of the best regions of our country with its fairy tale castles and magnificent landscapes. 

In this tour we combine the best wine regions: 
"Dealu Mare"  wine region known as Tuscany of Romania
Valea Calugareasca wine region
Pietroasele - the oldest wine region of Romania
Cotnari  - the most popular wine region

Also, beautiful cities and the most wanted attractions:
Iasi - the city of the first Great Union
Painted Monasteries of Bucovina: Voronet, Moldovita, Sucevita and surrounding 
The Princely Fortress of Suceava
Brasov – medieval town  
Bran Castle, well known as Dracula s Castle 
Peles Castle - the Kings summer residence 

Day 1: Bucharest - Urlati - Valea Calugareasca - Sarata Monteoru (130 km)

Day 2: Wine tasting day: Dealu Mare Region - The Romanian Tuscany!

Day 3: Sarata Monteoru - Focsani - Husi - Iasi

Day 4: Iasi - cultural tour

Day 5: Iasi - Cotnari - Suceava - Gura Humorului

Day 6: Bucovina: Painted Monasteries!

Day 7: Gura Humorului - Tarpesti - Red Lake - Brasov

Day 8: Brasov - Explore Medieval town!

Day 9: Brasov – Bran - Sinaia –Bucharest 210 km “Royal Day”

TO KNOW

THE WINERY VISITS WITH QUALIFIED PERSONAL MEAN:
 
▪ Presentation of wine technological process
▪Tasting of 3-10 wines accompanied by snacks (bread, cheese) and water
▪ Walk in the vineyard (on request, if the weather is good)

 

TO KNOW!

▫ A winery visit lasts around 2 hours
▫ Bookings are made in advance with about 10-30 days, depends of the year period
▫ On demand, lunch or dinner can be included (offered at the winery)
▫ Transportation can be realized by personal car or by a previously booked bus

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