Vinarte winery (Stârmina)
Stârmina Winery

Î n p r i m p l a n u l e n o l o g i e i ș i g a s t r o n o m i e i d i n R o m â n i a

The multi-millennial traditions of vine cultivation in the territories near the entrance of the Danube into Dacia, on the present territory of Romania, find in Crama Stârmina the opportunity to express both the perenniality and the ability to modernize wine in this part of the world. The state-of-the-art technology here transforms the excellent opportunities offered by nature into definite values, appreciated by today's consumers.

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The grapes on the 160 hectares cultivated in Stârmina (Mehedinți county) are grown in plantations that benefit from optimal soils and sun exposure for this relatively hot and dry region of Romania, but which is also influenced by the humidity and thermoregulation offered by the nearby river. 

They are harvested at full fruit maturity, carefully selected and then run through a flow equipped with the latest equipment available worldwide, the result of an ongoing investment programme.

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D i v e r s i t a t e a s o i u r i l o r s i a s t r u g u r i l o r

On the fertile land near the entrance of the Danube into the ancient Dacian territory, in the present territory of Romania, Crama Stârmina manages to express, through each bottle of wine, both the perenniality and the dynamism of the wine sector in this emblematic area.

The perfect hygiene of the Stârmina winery, the physical circuits and processing temperatures - adapted to each stage of production, each grape variety and each intention of the winery's specialists - result in wines that are representative of the area, the variety and the preferences of a highly segmented domestic and foreign market, which refines its quality requirements year after year.

The current efforts of the investors go beyond the utilitarian technological needs of production, with the aim of developing the Stârmina Winery into a first point of gastronomic and oenological tourist interest for passengers of European cruises on the Danube. The "Romanian way of life" will find here the perfect stage for visitors to experience the knowledge and satisfaction of this part of the country. Obviously, tourist development is an invitation to the local public as well.

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