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Romania is the 7th largest wine producer in Europe and 11th in the world. There are approximately 195,000 hectares / 481,000 acres planted. Romania has a rich tradition of viniculture for over 4 millennia--few nation-states can say the same. According to legend the Greek God Dionysus was born in Dobrogea - southeast Romania.


Romania is in similar latitude bands as France, Spain, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary and Austria. Generally northern Romania there are primarily white wine grapes grown in this area; central Romania has a mix of both red and white and south Romania is predominately red wine grapes. Romania is a land of higher elevation and has a continental climate--there are sea influences from the Black Sea.


Romania produces both indigenous grapes: Fetească Albă, Fetească Regală, Fetească Neagră, Băbească Neagră as well as international varietals: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris. 

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Princiar Feteascã Neagrã
The wine of Princiar is the most honest expression of the Romanian grape varietals located in the best geographical area of Romania for red wines. The Princiar bring notes of joy and pleasure in the glass through or floral aromas, through corpulence or freshness. This wine is a noble wine, born from the ingenuity of Tohani's winemakers and sommeliers&..
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