The Tamaioasa Romaneasca – Domeniul Coroanei Segarcea vintage 2013 wine has won gold and silver medals at the world competition of Muscat wines called ‘Muscats du Monde’, the world’s Muscat wines, held early this July in southern France. At the same competition, where 23 countries ran, Tamaioasa Romaneasca Zestrea – Murfatlar Romania vintage 2011 won a silver medal, according to data posted on the www.muscats-du-monde.com. Tamaioasa Romaneasca is a grape variety that came 2,000 years ago from southern Greece that gives white wines of hues ranging from golden yellow to amber, rich in flavour and sweet as a rule. The grapes that give this wine usually amass 240-260 grams per litre of sugars. The wines are rich in limen flower and acacia flavours, while upon ageing they get the flavour of beehive.