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June 22, 2021

Out of respect for the wine!

Along with launching the new wines of the 2009 harvest, Cramele Recas, one of Romania’s most awarded winegrowers and producers bring up two quality wines, obtained with modern methods, destined to connoisseurs and all those who appreciate a good beverage.

Cuvee Uberland 2007

After the success scored with the 2006 harvest:

– Brussels World Contest 1008 – gold medal

– Wine Spectator 2009 – 84 points,

Cramele Recas propose under the same label of Cuvee Uberland 2007, an exceptional wine

Red dry, obtained from grapes from the Uberland Hills, one of the first regions where the Swabians replanted vine in Recas, in the 1700s.

Blend of Merlot, Cabernet-Sauvignon and a small amount of Feteasca Neagra – obtained through a method similar to that used for the Amarone wine.

A first for Romania, through the own technique of drying grapes by about 30 pc before processing, which concentrates flavors and taste, and makes the wine richer and tastier.

The wine ages for 14 months in Transilvanian oak barrels, with aging potential up to 30 years.

Limited edition: 12,000 bottles.

Solo Quinta 2009

A blend of Merlot, Chardonnay, Muscat, Feteasca Regala and Sauvignon Blanc that lives to the expectations inscribed on the label: “Five notes, a unique flavor, a single key.”

Solo Quinta is intense and elegant, with passionate flavors and a taste of wild flowers and exotic fruits.

It is a dry white wine, an innovation for the Romanian art of wine.

Merlot was directly pressed and fermented at low temperature, like a white wine. Muscat, Sauvignon and Feteasca were prepared, fermented in stainless steel tanks, at low temperature, for three weeks.

Chardonnay was initially fermented in stainless steel tanks, then in Transilvanian oak barrels, for three months.

Limited edition: 6,500 bottles.

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