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Dolomiti
March 18, 2012, 12:26 pm
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Il mio header ripresenta un laghetto nelle Dolomiti (Italia). Bel posto.

Cui soto altre foto.

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Culture & History
January 31, 2007, 5:35 pm
Filed under: wine and history

Here is the map of the new European Community, with of corse Romania, new member since 1st Jannuary 2007.

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Find also a map of Romania.

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Technorati
January 13, 2007, 7:50 pm
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About Wine and Legislation in Romania.
January 10, 2007, 12:35 pm
Filed under: wine and legislation

In Romania we have following categories of wine:

  • Wines for current consumation:

-VM: table wine

-VMS: superior table wine

  • Quality wines:

-VS: wine of superior quality

-VDOC: quality wine with controlled appellation of origin

-DOC: wine with controlled appellation of origin

-DOCC: wine with controlled appellation of orifin and quality degree

According to the kind of harvest:

  • CMD: Harvested at full maturity
  • CT: Late harvest
  • CS: Selected harvest
  • CIB: Noble harvest
  • CSB: Harvested when the grapes turn in to raisins.
  • CMI: Harvested at noble maturity

According to the sugar contents:

  • Dry: up to 4 g/l
  • Medium-dry: 4 – 12 g/l
  • Medium-sweet: 12 – 50 g/l
  • Sweet: over 50 g/l


Wine, vineyards, grapes, vintage … in Romania (Europe).
January 10, 2007, 12:17 pm
Filed under: wine and history

Wine, vineyards, grapes, vintage … in Romania (Europe).

With a production of more than 600.000 tonnes/year, Romania is one of the largest producer(9th place).

Romania is also an ‘old’ producer of wine, introduced by the Greeks, some 4.000 years ago, who arrived from the Black Sea in Dacia (present day Romania).

Beside the classic grapes, like Pinot and Chardonnay, they still have their local grapes, like Feteasca and Babeasca.

The principal wine producing regions are Moldavia, Transylvania and the Black Sea region, with wellknown locations as Cotnari, Dealu Mare, Murfatlar and Reca.




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