In Romania there are over 140 active wineries and more than 30 of them practice wine tourism. Only 140 of the more than 250 wineries in Romania produce and sell bottled wine, and of these about a quarter can support wine tourism, according to data CrameRomania.ro and Revino.ro, two platforms that promote tourism and organizes wine cellar tours and tastings .
“The number of wineries in Romania grows steadily with 5-10 units per year,” says Alina Iancu, founder and ReVino.ro CrameRomania.ro. Romania ranks 13 in the world ranking of the largest wine producers, according to preliminary data recently published by the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV).
“Romania is currently 5th in Europe in terms of area of over 200,000 hectares of vines cultivated in the European Union and 6th of output. We have growth potential and interest from the cellars and tourists so that our country could experience a development increasingly larger local wine tourism, non-existent until a few years ago, “said Alina Iancu.
In Romania, the wine tourism experience a significant development, helped by investments made by wineries and demand from customers for this type of personalized travel-oriented experiences. In addition, tourism vineyard in Romania has a potentially high development enthusiasts come attracted by the visits to vineyards and wineries, discussions with winemakers and, not least, the beautiful landscape that can be discovered in our country say Revino.ro representatives and CrameRomania.ro.