Pale yellow, with delicious notes of exotic fruits (pineapple, pomelo).
Dry, the flavors of ripe papaya are intense, well supported by robust structure and balanced acidity giving the wine amplitude and length.
Tămâioasă Românească, described by Jancis Robinson as the ‘frankincense grape’ due to its aroma, is one of the ancient varieties of Romania.
A version of Muscat Blanc a petits grains, the variety naturally sweet does exceptionally well in the Dealu Mare region with its stony soils
The grapes are destemmed and slightly crushed, followed by 6 – 8 hours of skin contact in the closed press at 8˚C. Alcoholic fermentation occurs in stainless steel during a period of 14 days at controlled temperature of about 13-14°C.
Food Match: As an aperitif or with salads, seafood, grilled white fish.
Serve at 10 – 12 degs