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1. MARAMURES
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2. CRISINA

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3. TRANSILVANIA
The Transylvanian plateau between South and East Carpathians, offers best conditions for viticulture. From Siebenbürgen originate harmonious quality wines, which show a bit more acid and less alcohol than the wines from the warmer areas. A specialty is Perla, a sweet wine from Mädchentraube, Welsh Riesling and Muscat Ottonel. Transsilvania is composed of four cultivation areas: Tirnave, Alba Iulia, Bistrita and Oradea.
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4. MOLDOVIA
Tangy white wines and appealing table wines originate from the eastern Carpathian foreland between East Carpathians and the river Prut at the border to Moldavia. Particularly, the famous Cotnari is produced in this region, natural sweet top-level dessert wine. The eastern Carpathian foreland is Romania’s largest winegrowing region. 
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5. BANAT
Minis, Teremia, Recas, Tirol and Moldova Noua, are the names of the winegrowing areas of the region Banat. Here, in the West of Romania between the Carpathians and the Hungarian border, once primarily Swabians settled down. Appealing, exctract-rich red wines and interesting white wines originate from this region.
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6. OLTENIA
The southern Carpathian foreland – Oltenia und Muntenia – is Romania’s second largest winegrowing region. Rich in bouquet and full-bodied are the red wines from this area, the partly high-quality white wines are characterised by their aroma and their natural sweetness
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7. MUNTENIA
The southern Carpathian foreland – Oltenia und Muntenia – is Romania’s second largest winegrowing region. Rich in bouquet and full-bodied are the red wines from this area, the partly high-quality white wines are characterised by their aroma and their natural sweetness.
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8. DOBROGEA
Romania’s youngest winegrowing region is Dobrogea, between Danube and the Black Sea. The most famous area of this region is Murfatlar. The here produced homonymous wine, a liqueur wine, approximates the famous Cotnari. From Dobrogea originate white and red quality wines. Many ripe two to three years in oak wood.
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