Măcin

Măcin

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Looking at the map, Măcin appears to be an unexpected stop on the Roman Emperors and Danube Wine Route. There’s simply little to see here: the town has a population of less than 10,000 with granite mining in the nearby Măcin Mountains and textiles the main industries. Yet for Romanian wine lovers, the town holds much greater significance. Since 2011, the nearby Vinuri de Macin has been a supplier to the Romanian Royal Family and built a reputation for their elegant whites, reds and roses. The vineyard might be new, but Măcin’s winemaking tradition dates back much further: its thought the Romans were the first to plant vines here.

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