Feteasca Regala
Feteasca Regala Feteasca Regala is one of the best known and most sought after varieties of grape in Romania. Discovered near Sighisoara, Transylvania, in 1920, it is supposed to be a hybrid of Feteasca Alba and Grasa de Cotnari (source Ampelografia). According, the genitals confirmed by the molecular analyzes are Feteasca Alba and Francusa. Synonyms Danasana, Galbena de Ardeal, Kirayleanka, [...]
Feteasca Neagra
Feteasca Neagra Indigenous Romanian grape variety, which has been grown for hundreds of years on substantial plantings in the south of Moldova and eastern Muntenia. Today it is grown in most regions of Romania, but also outside the country’s borders. Synonyms Poama Fetei Neagra, Pasareasca Neagra, Coada Randunicii Grape characteristics The grapes are medium to large, cylindrical-conical with [...]
Busuioaca de Bohotin
Busuioaca de Bohotin Synonyms - Muscat rouge de Frontignan, Muscat fioletovai, Muscat violet cyperus Originally from Bohotin region, Iasi Co., Busuioaca de Bohotin is a variety similar to Tamaioasa romaneasca. It adapts to the eco-climatic conditions of NE Moldova, the best results yielding on sunny slopes with southern exposure, but also in Dealu Mare vineyard. The grapes are medium-sized, [...]
Zghihara de Husi
Zghihara de Husi This variety was grown in Vaslui Co. and it is synonymous to: Zghihara Galbena, Zghihara verde batuta, Poama de Husi, Poama molodoveneasca, Ghihara, Galbena de Husi, Poama zosoneasca, Poama vinoasa de Husi. The grapes have a greenish-yellow colour, they ripen in late September and early October, but do not reach a high concentration of sugars, rarely exceeding 170-180 g/l. Grape [...]
Feteasca Alba
Feteasca Alba Synonyms - Leanka, Poama Fetei, Pasareasca Alba, Weisse Madchentraube This grape variety was cultivated before phylloxera appeared in our country. It is a white clonal variation of the indigenous variety Feteasca neagra originating in the area of Moldova in Romania. Today it is cultivated in most of the regions of Romania, Republic of Moldova and Hungary. Feteasca Alba is an early [...]
Tamaioasa Romaneasca
Tamaioasa Romaneasca Synonyms - Muscat Frontignan, Busuioaca de Moldova, Tamaioasa alba de Dragasani, Muscat Blanc a Petits Grains, Rumanische Weihrauchtraube Muscat variety probably originated in Ancient Greece. It has been cultivated for at least two millennia in Romania. Ampelographic characteristics: hermaphrodite flower – normal on the type 5-6, middle size leaf - five lobes, long petiole (12-15 [...]
Sarba Created by SCDVV Odobesti, Vrancea County in 1972 by natural fecundation of Italian Riesling (Welschriesling). It is a semi-aromatic variety recommended to be consumed young and fresh. Sarba gives average-sized, tapered bunches, with compact grapes and a short, lignified peduncle; the grapes are average-sized, spherical, with a thick, greenish yellow skin and a juicy flesh with discreet [...]
Plavaie History/Origin: a local Romanian variety, grown in the Moldavian area, mostly in Vrancea. Plavaia bunches are large in size and cylindrical in shape, slightly flared. The grapes are very compact and, when mature, they squeeze against each other and grow deformed, flattened on the sides. On the side which is exposed to the sun, the grapes are greenish yellow, lightly russet, with many [...]
Novac Novac grape variety was obtained by Marculescu Mircea through individual selection from the variety Negru vartos and variety Saperavi, at SCDVV Dragasani. It was released in 1987. Ampelographic characters. Adult leaves are medium sized (three-five lobs) flowers are normal hermaphrodite type 5, the variety is autofertile. The grapes are medium in size (240-260 g), cylindrical shaped, [...]
Negru de Dragasani
Negru de Dragasani Negru de Dragasani grape variety was obtained by Marculescu M. and Vladasel M. through individual selection at SCDVV Dragasani. It was obtained as a result of the sexual hybridization between Negru vartos and Saperavi and it was released in 1993. Ampelographic characters. Adult leaves are medium sized (three-five lobs), linty on the lowerside. The flowers are normal hermaphrodite. The [...]
Cramposie Selectionata
Cramposie Selectionata Synonym – Carloganca This grape variety goes back to pre-Roman Empire days, when the region between the Danube and the Carpathians was inhabited by the Dacians. It is one of the few Dacian varieties that have survived over the centuries. Being an autosterile variety (flowers cannot bear fruit by their own pollen) it used to be cultivated along with Romanian variety Gordan which was [...]



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