The discovery and appreciation of flavors from Moldovan vineyards inevitably provokes a certain curiosity about the know-how of local producers, stemming from ancestral techniques.
Archaeological excavations have revealed traces of vines dating back more than seven thousand years. A country of traditions and history which has been enriched by the passage of different civilizations and the progressive anchoring of wine-making processes.
2500 years ago, the Greek colonists, taking advantage of the diversity of the landscapes and the exposure of hills bathed in sun, developed a culture hitherto reserved for family consumption towards a production suitable for commercial exchanges.
The Romans and their appetite for ‘divine pleasures’ will take root in techniques already centuries old that the Ottoman civilization will be responsible for expanding the plots of culture and creating an export market towards a part of Europe and the East. .
In the XIXth century, it was the explosion by the interest carried by the crowned heads of Russia. These will acquire many vineyards and support the introduction of French grape varieties which will give acclaim to Moldovan wine.
Since then, qualitative production has continued to grow, dominated by fresh and light wines, constituting the “Tsar Reserve” …