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Romania’s Vitiviniculture.

Romania’s viticultural history goes back to the seventh century B.C. when enterprising Greek traders planted the first vineyards on the coastal plains of the Black Sea. By the first century A.D, viticulture was well established in Tirnave, Odobesti and Dragasui. Archaeologists are still unearthing wine-related artefacts that may prove that […]

Vitiviniculture in Texas.
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Vitiviniculture in Texas.

Texas is better known for outsized steaks, beer, and BBQ, but not wine and grape growing. This is gradually changing. Now more and more Texans are switching to wine and authentic Mexican foods, rather than undistinguished Tex-Mex specialties. Where else can you find steakhouses that promise to complement a 64 […]

Tuscany – The Heart of Italian Vitiviniculture.
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Tuscany – The Heart of Italian Vitiviniculture.

Tuscany Tuscany’s landscape with its gently rolling hills, beautifully lined trees, and diffuse light, continues to inspire poets, writers and painters, as it always has. Florence is literally a treasure trove of beautiful churches and monuments, embellished by painters and sculptors, whose work still today evokes wonder by artists, scientists […]

Biodynamic Vitiviniculture.
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Biodynamic Vitiviniculture.

Biodynamic Vitiviniculture There is considerable confusion with regard to organic and biodynamic wines. Organic wines must be produced on certified organic soil and the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides and fungicides is prohibited. Biodynamic wines go one step beyond organic, and reinforce life through enhanced natural elements. The objective in […]