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Romanian Wine Tasting

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  • When does it run?

    Daily

  • Duration

    8 HOURS

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    • Romanian Wine Tasting,
    Bucharest, Romania,
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Overview

The trip sets off from Bucharest in the morning. The first stop is at LacertA Winery, Buzau County, which has an 82-hectare vineyard on one of the most favorable soils for wine production. You will learn the history of wines, see the production process, as well as taste a range of white, red, rosé or table wines, depending on your preferences. You will also discover exclusive wine collections, among which: the Vintage Collection, Grand Prix, Lacerta Dolce and Gift Collection etc, many of which even won gold awards on the international level.

Afterward, you will have a chance to enjoy a meal at one of the most special restaurants in the country - “Dacian Farm”. Here you can escape from hectic city life by immersing into a well-recreated atmosphere of the Dacian times.

The trip continues to the second wine cellar, Budureasca, in Prahova County. Inaugurated in 2013, Budureasca wine cellar is the largest and the most modern construction of this kind in Romania. Located in the middle of 300-hectares vineyard, the wine cellar offers a picturesque view ideal for relaxing strolls in nature. State-of-the-art construction and technology, which provides perfect conditions for winemaking, makes the history of Budureasca wines in the industry. During this visit you will be taught how to judge wine and how to perform correct wine tasting by sampling a variety of fine wines.

Inclusions

  • Guide
  • Transport
  • Wine degustation
  • Tourguide

Exclusions

  • Lunch

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