Although less known worldwide, Romanian wines are some of the best in Europe and the world. The Wines of Wallachia Tasting Tour is designed for those who want to learn more about the story of the millenary tradition of winemaking in Romania. Hear about different grape varieties used to produce the wines, the fermentation process, and get expert tips on wine-tasting techniques.
Begin in the Dealu Mare region, one of Romania’s top wine-producing areas. As soon as you arrive in the countryside, you’ll immerse yourself in the picturesque landscape, with endless rows of vineyards covering the rolling hills. Located on the famous 'Wine Road', you'll visit Crama 1777 Museum to discover how the winemaking process in the XIX-XX century. See tools and objects needed in a wine cellar, a collection of Romanian folk costumes from different regions of the country and a collection of coins excavated from the area.
Visit the first winery - with a wine expert, learn about the winery and taste 3 different wines paired with food fingers, cheese, local bread and fresh olive oil.
Stop for a traditional lunch in a local restaurant – a special place filled with peace and natural beauty. They serve the food in wooden plateaus, and everything is prepared with natural ingredients only.
Finally enjoy a guided visit of the old wine cellars at the second winery, where you will taste another 3 different wines, carefully selected by a sommelier. Feast on a tasty selection of food fingers, cheese and local bread.