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September 23, 2021
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ReVINO – Discover Romanian Wines. 16 Romanian wineries to present over 100 high-quality wines

On May 14-16, Revino.ro and CrameRomania.ro will organise the REVINO – Discover Romanian Wines Fair in Bucharest, in order to bring together the lovers of wines and people who want to discover wine alongside its producers. Thus, in an elegant setting, visitors will be able to sample the more than 100 wines that will be showcased at the event and to take part in master classes given by Romanian and foreign specialists.

“We want to offer visitors a full experience; we want them to be able to sample premium wines, to take part in master classes that would expand their area of knowledge about wines and to find out details on how they can visit Romanian wineries,” said Alina Iancu, founder ReVino.ro and CrameRomania.ro. “The main goal is to contribute intensely to the growth of enotourism in our country in order for it to be in the crosshairs of as many tourists as possible.”

In order to help the public discover wines produced in Romania but not only here, the ReVINO – Discover Romanian Wines event will offer a series of master classes on various subjects. Christy Canterbury, Master of Wine, is the event’s special guest. Christy Canterbury will come from the United States in order to share with wine lovers information she gathered throughout time, information that could benefit the participants in the future.

“We are bringing together 18 wineries from Romania; but apart from local wines, visitors will be able to sample international wines from countries such as Italy, Spain, Austria and Argentina,” Alina Iancu added.

Likewise, on May 14-16, several partner locations in Bucharest will organise related events, so that wine lovers will benefit from full experiences around the clock.

More details about the event can be found on winefair.revino.ro.

 

 

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