“Our wine has been crafted by generations of winemakers in the largest cellars in the world appreciated by consumers in both east and west supported by legends that everyone can embrace.”
As we are approaching the period of Wine Festival in Moldova (this year cancelled due to Corona), we still want to reiterate some of the most important and well known facts about the Winemaking in Moldova.
Moldova has a well-established wine industry. With a production of more than 2 million hectolitres of wine, being the 11th largest European wine-producing country. Moldova has a massive vineyard area used for commercial production together with the vineyards planted in villages around the houses used to make home-made wine. Many families have their own recipes and strands of grapes that have been passed down through the generations.
Most of the country’s commercial wine production is for export, including Asia, European Union and United States.
In Moldova four regions for wine growing are to be found:
The most important region – the Southern area – is suitable for red sweet and semi-sweet wines.
And last but not least, Moldova has the largest underground cellars IN THE WORLD. See some of the most known below:
During the first weekend of October, we are pleased to invite you to open a bottle of Moldovan wine and reiterate the very best memories of it.