Moldova, in South East Europe, perhaps still somewhat surprising to hear, is the 12th largest wine producing country in the world – covering 112,000Ha.
The country, shaped like a bunch of grapes, lies between Romania and the Ukraine.
It has a long heritage of wine production and it has even been said that the Black Sea basin is where the vine originated some 7,000 years ago.
In the last 10 years massive investment has poured into the wine industry which has vastly improved wine-making facilities. Internationally recognised varietals such as Pinot Grigio are in high demand due to their excellent value and quality.
Soft and refreshing wine with notes of lemon and subtle white blossom on the palate.
White meats and fish.