Cricova, Moldova


Freedom Blend Bastardo Blend

Delicious blend 65% Saperavi 20% Rarā Neagrā 15% Bastardo. “Celebrating the free spirit. A courageous blend produced from three indigenous grape varieties native to Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia. A tribute to the people of these three countries that do not take their freedom for granted” cheers! — 2 months ago

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DC Radisson

DC Radisson

You do enjoy excellent wines Sharon B! 🍷
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@DC Radisson i try, as long as they’re not too pricey!


Blanc de Cabernet

Delightful and surprising. Crisp and fruity with a touch of caramel on the finish, quite unexpected. — 7 months ago


Cabernet Sauvignon

Candi loves it. Natalie hates it. I give it a 8/10! — a year ago


1827 Cabernet Sauvignon de Purcari 1827

Very nice taste, fruity and soft. — 2 months ago

Stefan Voda

The Butchery Cabernet Sauvignon

Costco day 10: a classic cab, fruity, doesn’t linger long — 4 months ago


Premium Icewine Muscat Ottonel Traminer 2017

Absolutely stunning ice wine. The sweetness honey and rich. Delicious and such a beautiful colour — a year ago

Château Vartely

Dulce ALB Chardonnay 2013

Will be high scoring. — 2 years ago

James Allingham
with James


Rara Neagra de Purcari 2015


Moldovan wine and it was terrific. Bordeaux blend, Old World textbook Left Bank, not showing much signs of age, still inky & fruit forward. Nicely balanced on mid-palate, generous & elegant through finish. — 4 months ago

Peter, Tom and 7 others liked this
Andrew Schirmer

Andrew Schirmer

Nice one. Jancis Robinson just had an interesting piece in the Financial Times on Moldova. Purcari figured prominently. Interesting developments afoot…


Rosu Sec Merlot 2017

Wow I thought it was a pomerol... 😱 All the markers are here: pencil shavings, black currant, blackberry, a tiny touch of leather and tar too. The only thing that's a bit different is a tiny green note too (green pepper bell) that's uncommon in pomerol and around there. The palate is still reminiscent of the pomerol style except that it's a bit thiner, and less opulent than a pomerol. The acid backbone is great, there is some blackcurrant, some oaky notes too. Gentle grainy tannins kick in the rear in a very subtle way before a long black currant, leathery finish with a tiny meat juice, salty touch in the end. I could have mistaken it for a sattelite pomerol in a heartbeat... Second solid Moldovan wine in a week 🤔 — 6 months ago

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Mileștii Mici

Cabernet Vin de Colecţie

2013 sud, lahvovano 2015 čokoládové — 2 years ago