Wineries & Wine Cellars
Grape growing and winemaking in the territory of modern day Moldova began 4,000 to 5,000 years ago when the Dacian people discovered how to make wine from grapes. Winemaking intensified when Greek settlers, who had arrived on the Black Sea coast by end of the 3rd century BC, brought with them their own winemaking traditions and shared them with the local people. Under the prosperous times of Roman Empire rule over this territory around 100 AD, winemaking intensified even more.
Chateau Vartely is a modern Resort, situated only 45 km from Chisinau, near Orhei town. European standards, professional service, special programs – these are proposed by “Chateau Vartely” Resort, which […] Read More
“Cojusna Winery” is located in the village of Cojusna, Straseni district. The village lies in a wonderful area of woods 15 km from the capital city of Moldova, Chisinau. Cojusna […] Read More
The biggest cellars in the whole world are, with no doubt, situated in Cricova, Moldova, only a few kilometers north of Chisinau. Here, underground lies a real city of wine […] Read More
In the heart of Moldova, at a distance of only 15 km from Chisinau, the famous “CHATEAU COJUSNA” invites you to discover the secrets of the production process of wines […] Read More
Stretching for 250 km, of which only 120 km are currently in use, the Mileştii Mici cellar complex is also the largest in the world. In 2007 Mileştii Mici wine […] Read More
Discover all the subtleties of winemaking in Purcari, become familiar with the process by which this heavenly beverage comes to life. For it is only here, at VINARIA PURCARI, that […] Read More