Iacob Faurar Feteasca Neagra, 2016

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Tasting Notes: An intensely coloured red bursting full of red and black fruit aromas. Smooth tannins and a velvety mouthfeel with concentrated fruit flavours of blackberries, black cherries, coffee and dried fruits. Partial ageing in oak adds structure and subtle spice to the juicy, long finish.

Region: Romania

Varieties: 40% Cabernet Sauvignon 35% Merlot 25% Feteasca Neagra
ABV: 14%
Closure: Cork


Pairing: Veal stew, cheesy tomato pizza or coq au vin.

More Info: 70% of the wine is aged in Romanian oak, adding structure and subtle spice to the wine. 

Romania has a rich winemaking history which dates back 4000 years. In 2011 Romania was ranked as the 13th largest wine producing country in the world. Romania is home to many local grape varieties such as Feteasca, Zghihara de Husi, Cramposia de Dragasani and Galbena de Odobesti as well as some plantings in recent years of more western European grapes such as Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir.

Da Vino is at the forefront of Romanian viticulture. Situated in the heart of the Dealu Mare viticulture region just below the Transylvanian Alps and surrounded by the Buzau river valley in the west and the Teleajan valley in the east. Da Vino is committed to creating blends which are expressive of the region using indigenous grape varieties and creating blends with personality.