The Wine Book of Romania / Cartea Vinurilor Românești, Vol. II

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The first and most complete bilingual guide of Romanian & Moldovan wines to date.

Bringing together a jury of international experts, The Wine Book of Romania is the fruit of hundreds of tastings and visiting just about every winery around Romania and Moldova. Glass in hand or not, these pages compile easy-to-use ratings for the casually curious as well as detailed data for the connoisseurs.

The Wine Book tells stories of high-tech wineries as well as horse-labored vineyards, thousand-year-old legends and traditions, and game-changing players shaking the modern market. All under the rigor of a meticulous evaluation process, it presents everything from centuries-old empires to family businesses, medal-winning vineyards to Danube Wine Route hotels, and even organic grapes are grown according to the cycles of the moon.

This unique harvest of knowledge is a journey of senses through various landscapes and a must-have for tomorrow’s wine tasters around the world. No matter the reader or the edition, The Wine Book leaves us all wondering why there aren’t more Romanian and Moldovan wines on shelves around the world… yet!

“As a joke, but not really, she succeeds, through this volume, where contemporary history fails: the unification of the Romanian space, marking the continuity of the space between this side of the Prut and the Republic of Moldova.” Andrei Pleșu

Exclusive: a chapter dedicated exclusively to wine distillates (“Vinars” in Romania and “Divine” in the Republic of Moldova).

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The first and most complete bilingual guide of Romanian & Moldovan wines to date.

Bringing together a jury of international experts, The Wine Book of Romania is the fruit of hundreds of tastings and visiting just about every winery around Romania and Moldova. Glass in hand or not, these pages compile easy-to-use ratings for the casually curious as well as detailed data for the connoisseurs.

The Wine Book tells stories of high-tech wineries as well as horse-labored vineyards, thousand-year-old legends and traditions, and game-changing players shaking the modern market. All under the rigor of a meticulous evaluation process, it presents everything from centuries-old empires to family businesses, medal-winning vineyards to Danube Wine Route hotels, and even organic grapes are grown according to the cycles of the moon.

This unique harvest of knowledge is a journey of senses through various landscapes and a must-have for tomorrow’s wine tasters around the world. No matter the reader or the edition, The Wine Book leaves us all wondering why there aren’t more Romanian and Moldovan wines on shelves around the world… yet!

“As a joke, but not really, she succeeds, through this volume, where contemporary history fails: the unification of the Romanian space, marking the continuity of the space between this side of the Prut and the Republic of Moldova.” Andrei Pleșu

Exclusive: a chapter dedicated exclusively to wine distillates (“Vinars” in Romania and “Divine” in the Republic of Moldova).

The Wine Book of Romania / Cartea Vinurilor Românești, Vol. II

  • The Wine Book of Romania / Cartea Vinurilor Românești, Vol. II
  • Humanitas, 2017
  • ISBN: 9789730240313
  • Romanian / English
  • Hardcover Book, 431 pages
  • Size: 23 x 24 cm
  • 277 wines, 75 wineries, 19 brandies
The Wine Book of Romania / Cartea Vinurilor Românești, Vol. III

  • The Wine Book of Romania / Cartea Vinurilor Românești, Vol. III
  • Humanitas, 2018
  • ISBN: 9789735062088
  • Romanian / English
  • Hardcover book, 384 pages
  • Size: 24.5 x 23.5cm
  • 262 wines, 64 wineries
The Wine Book of Romania / Cartea Vinurilor Românești, Vol. I

  • The Wine Book of Romania / Cartea Vinurilor Românești, Vol. I
  • RAO, 2016
  • ISBN: 9786067761191
  • Romanian / English
  • Hardcover Book, 304 pages
  • Size: 33 x 24 cm
  • 214 wines, 72 wineries

 

 


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