6000 years of winemaking tradition, fertile soils and climatically preferred vineyards make Romania an insider’s tip for quality wines. The Pinot Grigio is part of the Burgundian varietals. Historical mentions date as far back as the 14th century, thus the variety belongs to the oldest grape varieties still grown today. The Romanian wine regions around Oprisor are on the same latitude as the famous vineyards of Bordeaux in France or of Piedmont in Italy. The relatively mild continental climate provides ideal conditions for viticulture, additionally benefitting of many hours of sunshine a day. In these optimal conditions the quality wines of the Val Duna line thrive and thereby obtain their distinctive flavour.