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Domeniile Sahateni SRL
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White wine 2019 Dealu Mare DOC Feteasca Alba Dry "Artisan", Muntenia, Romania

Type: White wine
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content: 13.5%
Price: Up to 5.00 €
Bottle closure: Natural cork
Maturing: stainless steel
Registration number: #Sah-L20021

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Last reviewed: 31 March, 2020

With 6,000 years of wine history, Romania is one of the oldest and most traditional wine-growing countries in Europe. The Greek poet Homer already mentioned Thracian wines in his Iliad in the 8th century, and the historian Herodotus (482-425 BC) tells of the wine trade of the Greek colonists on the Black Sea coast. German settlers from the Rhine-Moselle region followed the call of the Hungarian King Géza II. (1130-1162), the ruler of the area at the time, and revived wine-growing in Transylvania in the 12th century, and in the 18th century they were the Swabians brought to the country by the Habsburg ruler Maria Theresa...

The white grape variety originates from the Moldova/Romania border region. The very old variety has probably spread from the historical region of Moldavia to Transylvania and Hungary. Synonyms grouped alphabetically by country are White Girl Grape(Germany, Austria); Fetyaska Byala(Bulgaria); Fetișoară, Păsărească Albă, Poamă Fetei, Poamă Fetei Albă, Văratic(Moldova); Baratik, Fetișoară, Păsărească Albă(Romania); Dievcie Hrozno(Slovakia); Divci Hrozen(Czech Republic); Fetiaska Belii, Fetyaska Alba(Ukraine); Janiszölö, Leányka, Leányka Szölö, Girl...

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