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La sudul Muntilor Carpati, de-a lungul paralelei 45, celebra paralela a vinului pe care se afla si Toscana sau Bordeaux, exista un loc unde primavara e destul de uscata, iar toamna insorita si lunga.

E un loc unde pamantul fertil si curat e recunoscut dupa soparlele mici care alearga peste tot. Daca te opresti la Dealu Mare sa admiri colinele înțesate de vita de vie si sa te bucuri de aerul tare, poti da oricand peste dovada vie ca pamanturile acestea sunt ideale pentru struguri: soparlele. In 2011, soparlele au imprumutat numele lor latin vinurilor multi-premiate din aceste locuri: LacertA.

Povestea

La sudul Muntilor Carpati, de-a lungul paralelei 45, celebra paralela a vinului pe care se afla si Toscana sau Bordeaux, exista un loc unde primavara e destul de uscata, iar toamna insorita si lunga.

E un loc unde pamantul fertil si curat e recunoscut dupa soparlele mici care alearga peste tot. Daca te opresti la Dealu Mare sa admiri colinele înțesate de vita de vie si sa te bucuri de aerul tare, poti da oricand peste dovada vie ca pamanturile acestea sunt ideale pentru struguri: soparlele. In 2011, soparlele au imprumutat numele lor latin vinurilor multi-premiate din aceste locuri: LacertA.

Medaliile noastre

Korea Wine Challenge

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VINVEST

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International Wine Contest Bucharest

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Decanter World Wine Awards - London

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Wine Festival ADAR

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Aparitii in media

Romania rising as New World of wine in ‘old’ Europe

Walter Friedl, the Austrian co-owner of Lacerta winery: “We are here at 45 degrees of latitude and we have conditions like in Bordeaux or Tuscany,” he adds, speaking from his vaulted cellar, where wine matures in oak barrels made in France, Hungary and Russia as well as Romania.


Romania rising as New World of wine in ‘old’ Europe - By Isabelle Wesselingh

“The conditions to make wine here are world-class,” says Walter Friedl, the Austrian co-owner of the Lacerta winery. Friedl and his Romanian business partner Mihai Banita run an 82-hectare (200-acre) estate in Romania’s southern Dealu Mare region, about an hour’s drive from Bucharest.


Romania on way to breaking new vistas for red and white wines in Old World Europe

So far Romania, the sixth-biggest wine producer in the EU is exporting only three percent of it's wine output, far behind countries like France or Italy.


Romania rising as New World of wine in ‘old’ Europe

But while Romania may look like a newcomer on the international wine map, the country is actually rediscovering a tradition dating back to antiquity and praised by the Latin poet Ovid.