Feteasca Neagra - Purpura Valahica, wijnhuis Davino - Roemenie
Purpura Valahica, 100% Feteasca Neagra van Wijnhuis Davino
In het glas donker robijnrood gekleurd met rijke aroma's van kers, braam, toast en vanille
Smaakt naar intens fruit van bramen en kersen, vol van smaak, mooi romig met goed geintegreerde tannines en een vooral zachte, aromatische afdronk met tonen van wat toast en zoethout.
Een schitterend, mooi romig glas wijn met veel pit.
In het NRC schreef Harold Hamersma
Wijn&spijs: Aperitief, gerechten met rood vlees, wild, lam gegrild, stoofpotten, vegetarisch, gerijpte kazen
- Wijnhuis: Davino
- Druivenras: Feteasca Neagra - vatgerijpt 8maanden Roemeens eiken.
- Wijnregio: Walachië - Dealu Mare DOC
- Inhoud: 0,75L
- Alcohol: 14%
- Schenktemperatuur: 17 -19 graden
- Productiewijze: conventioneel met veel aandacht voor duurzaamheid
Region: Ceptura, Prahova - ZO Roemenië
AOC: Dealu Mare
Area: 87 Ha
Bottled annually (in litres): 350.000 L
Owners: Dan Balaban, Bogdan Costachescu
Wine expert: Bogdan Costachescu
Davino is located in Southern Romania and is considered one of the most famous wine
producers of the Dealu Mare DOC, a renowned region for its high-quality red wines and
aromatic white wines.
The Davino Wine Cellar is located in the large hillside vineyard in Ceptura, on its all four hillside
DAVINO is having the reputation of being one of the most important Romanian producers in
the super-premium category
DAVINO was founded in 2003, owns almost 68 Ha and has 40-year-old vineyards of Cabernet
Sauvignon and Merlot
in a pure Bordeaux style, DAVINO produces mostly coupages, but also, we can find in their
portfolio two pure Romanian varieties, vinified in an exceptional style: Feteasca Neagra(rood) and
DAVINO wines are considered as a landmark in Romania, being often used as a reference and
identification element for purity of varieties. Even in science, at the Faculty of Viticulture and
Winegrowing at the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Sciences, DAVINO wines
are used when writing scientific papers.
The DAVINO business began in 1997 when Dan Balaban, involved at that time in wine
distribution, started producing his own wine with grapes bought by other producers
Over two years DAVINO bought its first vineyard and so began the story of the winery which is
now considered a landmark in the super premium category in Romania
Probably the most important moment in DAVINO history was when Dan Balaban, visiting the
cellars in Romania, met Bogdan Costachescu, at that time, a technology engineer at IAS Urlaţi
It was a meeting that would define the history of the winery, but also the subsequent evolution
of modern Romanian viticulture
The unofficial history says that Bogdan Costachescu was so disappointed at that time about the
viticulture in Romania that he was determined to leave the country.
It is said that Dan Balaban
made him reconsider his plans at the airport. From that time, the two are associated and
determined to change the world’s opinion on the quality of Romanian wines