Have you ever wanted to know more about Moldovan wine? Then why not travel to Moldova and participate in the “Educational Wine Tour” organized by Iter Vitis. Moldova has been the most awarded Eastern European Country at different international Wine Competitions in the past few years. The world-famous Moldovan wineries invite travellers and wine enthusiasts to discover wine culture, wine making and wine tastings in Moldova’s main wine regions. Moldovan wine is unique because its indigenous varieties of grapes account for 10 % of the country’s wine production. If you would like to spend a few days with other wine enthusiasts, exploring the rich history of Moldovan wine making, combined with educational wine tasting and visits of Moldova’s most picturesque sights and locations, then this tour is for you. You will be able to meet and talk to local wine producers who will be happy to tell you more about their craft.

The 7-day-tour starts in Chisinau, where a local guide and wine connoisseur will give you a professional introduction to Moldovan indigenous grape varieties and teach you how to pair them properly with traditional food. The tour then takes you from Chisinau to  Bulboaca, To Gogu Winery and Purcari Chateau, to the wineries of “Et Cetera” and Cricova, to Chateau Vartely and Orheiul Vechi (Old Orhei) before ending the tour in Chisinau with a farewell dinner. These are only a few of the destinations that you will discover during your stay in beautiful Moldova. More information about Iter Vitis and the educational wine tour can be found here: https://itervitis.eu/educational-wine-tour-in-moldova/

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