If you are reaching us by train in a few weeks to help us pick grapes and make wine, you will get of at the Berheci train station. Good news, looks like we will still have great weather, sunny and still pretty hot.
We are excited to announce that we will set up a few ‘trânta’ seminars during the upcoming winemaking season. Trânta is an ancient wrestling style practiced in Romania and the Republic of Moldova, similar to Greek-Roman wrestling, but with its own particular set of rules and moves. A true retreat will not only connect you with the land and nature, but also your own body and spirit.
There’s a natural marriage between wine and nuts that seems to bring out the best in each other. It’s almost as if they were predestined for pairing. We follow this duet up close, as we explore the local specific of Romanian Moldova.
We have numerous wild camomille plants around the vineyard. These plants attract loads of bugs and bees, increasing biodiversity and balancing the numerous relationships between plants, insects, birds and animals on the farm.
We’re in a heat wave in Amsterdam, with temperatures going over 30 degrees Celsius. A perfect day to have a glass of chilled biodynamic Mamaia wine, along with a slice of Spanish tortilla to match the freshness, exotic fruit taste of this delicious natural wine.