This grape variety goes back to pre-Roman Empire days when the region between the Danube and the Carpathians was inhabited by the Dacians. Since then, over the course of two thousand years, Crâmpoșie vines have evolved to adapt perfectly to both soil and climate of the Drăgășani region, recognizable through the consistently high quality wines they produce. For that reason, this wine has become the icon of the Drăgășani region as well as of our wine estate.
Finely chiseled, refreshingly fruity notes in the nose and on the palate, underscored by bracing acidity and subtle minerality bring about a young wine you can actually fall in love with, ideal as a stimulating impulse for social occasions, but also to accompany refined fish dishes and asparagus.
The wine shows pale yellow color and aromas of jasmine flowers, melon, apricots, wild flowers and green apples. The mineral notes highlight the crisp and full taste.