|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on October 27, 2014 at 6:15 PM|
The National Salon of Wine has proved the ever growing level of Romanian wine industry and of Romanian wine producers, perfect represented by the Casa Panciu-the creator of Romanian Diplomatic Wine, but also illustrated the potential of Romanian wine research.
On 24 October 2014 at the Palace Hall in Bucharest, the opening ceremony of National Salon of Romanian Wine has taken place.
On this occasion Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President General Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation and Romanian Parliament leader of activity- Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei had opened the Venue and visited the stand of Casa Panciu (House of Panciu) the creator of Romanian Diplomatic Wine for 2014.
The representatives of CASA PANCIU (HOUSE OF PANCIU) are welcoming Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-IRICE General Director and Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei.
Casa Panciu had presented on the opening of National Wine Salon a selection of the best wines of 2014: the Muscat Ottonel sweet wine, which had conquered the public with his pungent aroma, fine pearled image and the apple and fruity dominated taste a wine nearing perfection and marked with 94 points out of 100 for the citrus flavor.
Amongst other new wines presented where: the Rose Wine of House of Panciu that completed the initial success of the Rose Sparkling Wine, launched in the spring of 2014 and a preferred wine by the Italian tasters present at the venue: the white Cabernet Sauvignon that conquered all hearts by his long lasting aroma, fine taste and technological mastery.
The Feteasca Neagra (Black Girly) by Casa Panciu was undoubtedly the Queen of the festivity. After it was highly noted at Vinitaly (Italian wine contest) in March 2014 and voted by the diplomatic committee in April 2014 at Good Wine, as the Best Red Wine in 2014, it catches the eyes of all the visitors and good wine lovers.
Casa Panciu had presented the celebrated national wine ilk: Feteasca Neagra in two separate editions, one under the brand of Panciu Domains (Domeniile Panciu) and one under the name of Casa Panciu (House of Panciu) both united by a perfect mastery of the tannins, a perfect maturity potential that is promising a good evolution in the bottle and will offer full enjoyment to the consumers for many years to come.
The guests present on the venue, crowded to taste the Muscat Ottonel Sparkling Wine, the Best Romanian Sparkling Wine for 2014, awarded by The Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation the title of Diplomatic Wine, the Romanian representative wine.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-IRICE General Director and Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei are visiting the Economic High School official stand.
After touring the Casa Panciu stand, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea has continued his tour, making a stopover, to review the Economic and Food Industry High School Pavilion and in his quest for discovering and promoting the Romanian quality wines, has made an on the spot visit to the pavilion of Wine Research Institute from Pietroasa where had tasted the high quality wine made by researchers and university professors of the center.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-IRICE General Director and Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei are congratulating the team of Wine Research Institute from Pietroasa.
The unstinted offer comprised specific Romanian wine sorts like: Feteasca Neagra (Black Girly), Busuioaca de Bohotin, Feteasca Albă (White Girly),Feteasca Regala (Royal Girl) and the flag ship wine of the Research Station: Tamaioasa Romaneasca, a wine that conquered the public with his freshness, pregnant aroma, long lasting taste, fruity flavor encompassed in an exceptional wine, appraised at 93 points.
The National Salon of Wine has proved the ever growing level of Romanian wine industry and of Romanian wine producers, perfect represented by the Casa Panciu-the creator of Romanian Diplomatic Wine, but also illustrated the potential of Romanian wine research network by the high level presence of the Wine Research Station of Pietroasele has concluded in his assessment of the National Salon of Romanian Wine -October 2014, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea- President-General Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation.