- Country of Origin : Romania
- Category : 2 to 3 sets
- Regular price : 11,550 yen
- Set discount rate : 10%
The term indigenous grapes refers to grape varieties that have been cultivated in the land for a long time and represent the country. Therefore, you can experience unique and individual wines that are not grown so much in other countries.
At first glance, it may be difficult to choose a grape variety that you have never heard of, but Daniel's wine shop selects meaningful and attractive indigenous varieties.
The Negur de Dragashani variety is an indigenous variety with high potential in Romania. Created by crossing the Romanian Negur Valtos with the Georgian Saperavi , it was first officially registered in 1993.
Novac is an indigenous variety with high potential in Romania. Wines made from Novak grapes have a deep ruby color, full body, firm acidity and tannins. Suitable for both barrel and bottle aging. It is closest to Cabernet Sauvignon among international varieties. However, unlike Cabernet, not only the skin of the grapes, but also the flesh is red.
Feteasca Neagra is a unique and attractive grape variety with a voluminous fruit flavor and spicy elements. Romania's most potential black grapes have become internationally recognized and attracting attention.
- Prince Mircea Rezerva Negru de Dragasani 2020
- Castel Bolovanu Novac 2020
- Prince Mircea Feteasca Neagra Rezerva 2018