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Introductory notes

This is a revolutionary Sauvignon Blanc with a completely organic and additive-free approach, fermented using wild yeast. The yield per hectare is limited to 3 tons or less, and the grapes are meticulously hand-picked and sorted, ensuring the highest quality possible.

Breaking away from the classic style of wines, this avant-garde Sauvignon Blanc offers a new expression of the grape. It has received outstanding reviews both in Romania and internationally and is featured on the wine lists of Michelin-starred fine dining restaurants.

Among the white wines curated by Daniel's Wine Club, this one stands out and is a must-try for all wine enthusiasts in Japan.

Click here for more info on the awesome Crama Histria winery. 

Tasting notes

  • Appearance
    It has a bright, pale lemon color.
  • Nose
    The aroma is very rich, with a predominant mineral character. It carries scents of petrol (yes, just like a high-end German Riesling!!!), flint, wet stones, and wool, along with hints of blackcurrant leaves, gooseberry, yuzu, hay, lychee, apricot, nectarine, apple, pear, and lemon. There are also nuances reminiscent of bread dough and brioche-like yeast. It's evolving in the bottle, and you can distinctly sense the matured notes of nuts and kerosene.
  • Palate
    It boasts a rich mineral character derived from the calcareous soil, and it beautifully harmonizes moderate acidity with fruitiness. There's a subtle sweetness reminiscent of citrus fruits, making it very enjoyable to drink. You can detect slight yeast and wheat nuances on the palate. The aftertaste unfolds with apple flavors, similar to when you drink German chamomile tea or apple-based herbal tea, leaning more towards yellow apples than green apples. It has a medium body. Crafted by wild yeasts, it offers a soft and smooth drinking experience. It doesn't exhibit the typical assertiveness often found in natural wines; instead, it presents itself elegantly. It's the finest Sauvignon Blanc that beautifully expresses the terroir of the Dobrogea region along the Black Sea coast in Romania.
  • Food pairing
    It pairs wonderfully with appetizers and salads featuring olive oil, chicken or fish dishes seasoned with herbs, low-oil fresh cheeses, aioli, tapas, Mediterranean cuisine, grilled young chicken thighs, and white fish with lemon-based sauces.

Service temperature

  • 8~10℃

Basic information

  • Alcohol by volume: 11.66%
  • Residual sugar: 3.30 g/l
  • Acidity: 5.58 g/l
  • Body: medium (+)
  • Bottle volume: 750 ml

Terroir and grapes

  • Ingredients: grapes 100%
  • Historical region: Dobrogea
  • Wine region: Colinele Dobrogei
  • Village: Cogealac
  • Rainfall in year of harvest: 300 mm
  • Soil: Chalky soil
  • Vineyard name: Histria
  • Vineyard age: 15 years
  • Yield: 2.5 t/ha.
  • Harvesting method: hand-picked
  • Vineyard owner: Crama Histria
  • Vineyard manager: Paul FULEA

Winemaking information

  • Production place: Crama Histria
  • Bottling place: Crama Histria
  • Name of winemaker: Paul FULEA
  • Bottling date: listed on the bottle

​​Import information

  • Importer: Daniel's Wine Club.
  • Import method: maritime import.
  • Import Route: Crama Histria ⇨ Daniel's Wine Club.
  • Quality control method during transportation: use temperature-controlled containers.

Storage information

  • Seller: Daniel's Wine Club.
  • Storage place: Daniel's Wine Club Yokohama.
  • Storage temperature: 16°~18°C.

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Introductory notes

This is a revolutionary Sauvignon Blanc with a completely organic and additive-free approach, fermented using wild yeast. The yield per hectare is limited to 3 tons or less, and the grapes are meticulously hand-picked and sorted, ensuring the highest quality possible.

Breaking away from the classic style of wines, this avant-garde Sauvignon Blanc offers a new expression of the grape. It has received outstanding reviews both in Romania and internationally and is featured on the wine lists of Michelin-starred fine dining restaurants.

Among the white wines curated by Daniel's Wine Club, this one stands out and is a must-try for all wine enthusiasts in Japan.

Click here for more info on the awesome Crama Histria winery. 

Tasting notes

  • Appearance
    It has a bright, pale lemon color.
  • Nose
    The aroma is very rich, with a predominant mineral character. It carries scents of petrol (yes, just like a high-end German Riesling!!!), flint, wet stones, and wool, along with hints of blackcurrant leaves, gooseberry, yuzu, hay, lychee, apricot, nectarine, apple, pear, and lemon. There are also nuances reminiscent of bread dough and brioche-like yeast. It's evolving in the bottle, and you can distinctly sense the matured notes of nuts and kerosene.
  • Palate
    It boasts a rich mineral character derived from the calcareous soil, and it beautifully harmonizes moderate acidity with fruitiness. There's a subtle sweetness reminiscent of citrus fruits, making it very enjoyable to drink. You can detect slight yeast and wheat nuances on the palate. The aftertaste unfolds with apple flavors, similar to when you drink German chamomile tea or apple-based herbal tea, leaning more towards yellow apples than green apples. It has a medium body. Crafted by wild yeasts, it offers a soft and smooth drinking experience. It doesn't exhibit the typical assertiveness often found in natural wines; instead, it presents itself elegantly. It's the finest Sauvignon Blanc that beautifully expresses the terroir of the Dobrogea region along the Black Sea coast in Romania.
  • Food pairing
    It pairs wonderfully with appetizers and salads featuring olive oil, chicken or fish dishes seasoned with herbs, low-oil fresh cheeses, aioli, tapas, Mediterranean cuisine, grilled young chicken thighs, and white fish with lemon-based sauces.

Service temperature

  • 8~10℃

Basic information

  • Alcohol by volume: 11.66%
  • Residual sugar: 3.30 g/l
  • Acidity: 5.58 g/l
  • Body: medium (+)
  • Bottle volume: 750 ml

Terroir and grapes

  • Ingredients: grapes 100%
  • Historical region: Dobrogea
  • Wine region: Colinele Dobrogei
  • Village: Cogealac
  • Rainfall in year of harvest: 300 mm
  • Soil: Chalky soil
  • Vineyard name: Histria
  • Vineyard age: 15 years
  • Yield: 2.5 t/ha.
  • Harvesting method: hand-picked
  • Vineyard owner: Crama Histria
  • Vineyard manager: Paul FULEA

Winemaking information

  • Production place: Crama Histria
  • Bottling place: Crama Histria
  • Name of winemaker: Paul FULEA
  • Bottling date: listed on the bottle

​​Import information

  • Importer: Daniel's Wine Club.
  • Import method: maritime import.
  • Import Route: Crama Histria ⇨ Daniel's Wine Club.
  • Quality control method during transportation: use temperature-controlled containers.

Storage information

  • Seller: Daniel's Wine Club.
  • Storage place: Daniel's Wine Club Yokohama.
  • Storage temperature: 16°~18°C.