Seasonal Wine Selection
Dracula White Wine
A Selection of wines we recommend
Legend of Dracula Feteasca Regala ECO 2015
Well balanced, fresh and semi-aromatic dry wine. It is recommended to be served at 8°C. Ideal with white meat dishes, fresh seafood or as an aperitif.
Dracula Red Wines
Legend of Dracula Pinot Noir 2014
Bright red with an intense note of red berries and dark chocolate. Soft and delicate, medium body with some tannins and vanilla on the palate.
It is recommended to be served at 16-18°C, along with poultry, Bolognese pasta, Moroccan and Lebanese food, Brie or Camembert.
Castellum Dracula Feteasca Neagra 2013
Ruby red color, with violet and purple hues and fresh aromas of sour cherries, forest fruits and spices.
Castellum Dracula Negru de Dragasani 2014
Clear, bright, intense ruby red with violet hues and an intense aromas of black cherries and forest fruit with hints of spices. Dry, full-bodied, strong and balanced, with round tannins, fruity notes and a persistent finish.
It is recommended to be served at 15˚C, along with red meat, small game, traditional Romanian red meat-based dishes, fresh cheeses.
Dominion Dracula Shiraz 2014
Beautiful dark purple in color with blackberry and black currant aromas and notes of spice. A mixture of fruit and black pepper on the palate, soft and well balanced wine with a long fruity aftertaste. It is recommended to be served at the temperature of 18-20°C accompanied by spicy dishes, stakes, sausages, grills and seasoned cheese.
Principe Dracula Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
Flavours of blueberry, dried plums and vanilla hints with complex flavours of tobacco, coffee and cinnamon.
Potion of Dracula Plum Brandy / Palinka
I’m Count Dracula – but for centuries I was known just as Vlad the Impaler, a fierce warrior in Eastern Europe. My portraits from the past are far from flattering. Look at it!
I close my eyes and remember myself – a long-haired, green-eyed mysterious-looking young man wishing to make a name for himself no matter how… Indeed, history has its way to make wishes come true……….
Drink my potion.
The Story of Dracula
…. So the story goes briefly.
The novel of Dracula tells the story of an English solicitor named Jonathan Harker who visits Count Dracula at his castle in Transylvania to conduct a real estate transaction. He’s nervous about the visit, noting the fear in the peasants who live in the surrounding countryside. Soon, Harker discovers the source of their fear… Dracula is a vampire! The Count feeds on Harker, leaving him weak and hopeless. After imprisoning Harker, Dracula travels to London, where he uses his powers against Harker’s fiancé, Mina. In London, Dracula attacks a girl named Lucy, Mina’s friend. Lucy’s doctor consults Dr. Van Helsing, who understands that her illness has been caused by a vampire bite. Having turned Lucy into a vampire and used mind control on Mina, Dracula returns to Transylvania. There, Van Helsing tracks him down and kills him. We have the best Dracula wines directly from Romania, the home of Dracula himself.