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January 26, 2023

Premium wines: Murfatlar brand’s goal

Murfatlar Romania is one of the biggest wine sector companies, administering over 3,100 hectares, the biggest vineyard owned by a single producer in Romania. At this moment approximately 2,400 hectares are cultivated with over 10 types of grapes.
Murfatlar Romania has started an ample project of grape vine replacement in 2007, focusing mainly on red wines, Feteasca Neagra, Pinot Noir and Merlot. The company leadership’s decision is to invest in the premium and super-premium wine segment. For the new wines Murfatlar has developed a small wine cellar within its wine production plant and has started working with Razvan Macici, a Romanian oenology expert who lives in South Africa and who has won multiple awards at international level.
The Murfatlar wines are also preferred by many juries of international competitions. This year the Leat 6500 The Origin Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot 2011 wine met the jury of the “Vino Ljubliana” competition for the first time. Over 300 wines from 19 countries competed at the 56th edition of the traditional event. About Lacrima lui Ovidiu 12, another wine also present on the jury’s table at the same competition, we have to point out that it also won the Gold Medal. It is truly impressive how this wine fascinates wherever it is presented.
The wines from the company’s Workshop Wine Cellar have stood out from among the other wines that took part in the “Vinitaly” competition, receiving the Gran Mentione award: Sable Noble Sauvignon Blanc & Charrdonnay 2013, Arezan Feteasca Neagra 2011, Leat 6500 Cabernet Sauvignon & Feteasca Neagra 2013 etc.
The surprise in the “Vinitaly” competition was the Special Nation Award that Romania won for the Murfatlar Romania wines. Murfatlar wines have thus won an important award for Romania, the latter thus joining the other two countries that received this kind of award, namely Germany and Italy.

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