romanian grapes

Other varieties

Other cultivated grapes are:

Francusa, Galbena de Odobesti, Zghihara de Husi, Plavaie, Mustoasa de Maderat, Iordana, Creata, Majarca Alba, Sarba, Cramposie selected, Columna, Aromat de Iasi, Ozana, Alidor, Donaris, Furmint de Minis, Burgund mare, Cardaca, Rosioara, Codana, Pandur, Haiduc, Purpuriu, Novac and the famous Busuioaca de Bohotin.

These varieties are Romanian local varieties but they should not be forgotten if one wants to taste original tastes and flavors which you can not find anywhere else in the world.

Busuioaca de Bohotin

Busuioaca de Bohotin - Romanian traditional pink grapeRegions: Moldova.

Surface: 100 hectares.

History: One of the oldest Romanian traditional grapes, with more than 2000 years of history.

Characteristics: This remarkable grape grows in a tiny area of Moldova region of Romania. The wine has a golden rusty color, distinct from any other wine. Its flavor is original, resembling honey suckle and ripe juicy peaches, with a perfect harmony of sugar, alcohol and acidity. The refreshing sweet taste, sometimes has a barely perceptible almond-like aroma.