(Alc.13% vol.) A dry red wine, of the famous Georgian variety Saperavi, makes Individo Saperavi an appreciated wine. Corpulent and extractive, with elegant shades of oak, the wine wins you over with its fruity aroma of blackberries, cranberries and spicy notes. The wine is aged for 12 months in barrels.
(Alc.13% vol.) This wine has an outstanding character, combining the richness of Cabernet Sauvignon and the velvety taste of Merlot. You will feel the harmonious blend of pomegranate flavor, cherry notes and morocco nuances. Good structure, medium + acidity and alcohol. The velvet-colored wine was created from grapes, grown and harvested in Bugeac region, in [...]
(alc. 13.5% vol.) This wine has a full, mellow, pleasantly astringent taste with velvety tannins, with a predominance of complex aromas of black currant, black cherry, blackberry and dark chocolate. It goes well with dishes of red meat, dried salmon or spicy rice.
(Alc. 14% vol.) Feteasca Regala [Royal Maiden] is a 100% indigenous variety. It was obtained as a result of cross-breeding indigenous Feteasca Alba with Hungarian variety Furmint. The legend says that Feteasca Regala was dedicated to celebrating birthday of Queen of Romania Elena and thus received its Royal status. The grapes are grown in Valul [...]
(Alc. 13.5% vol.) Chateau Vartely’s Cabernet Sauvignon comes from Moldova’s Codru Region. The scenic and breathtaking forests, hills and rolling countryside of the Codru region protect the vineyards from winter frosts and dry summer winds, making this region an ideal environment for cultivating consistently high quality vines. The fruit is harvested by hand in late [...]
(Alc. 13.5% vol.) Natural dry white wine. Produced from selected Chardonnay grapes, grown in the southern zone of Moldova. The wine has bright straw color. Its flavor is sated flower, with shades of green apple, lime and lemon. The taste is full fresh, with notes of wild flowers in the aftertaste. Is served as an [...]
(Alc. 15% vol.) Taraboste is the title that was given by ancient Romans to Dacian aristicrats living in the Roman Dacia, a province of the Roman Empire from 106 to 274–275 AD (covering nowadays Moldova). The name has been chosen as to emphasize the noble character of the wine crafted from super ripe, aromatic grapes [...]