Last November, Euronews – the most watched news channel in Europe, published an article and a video about Moldova and in particular its wine tourism.
In the video, Euronews reporter, Anca Ulea discovers the rich culture and picturesque landscapes of Moldova’s most famous wine regions. She descends 100 meters underground to visit the Cricova winery, which houses the Moldovan national collection of 1.3 million bottles from around the world.
Anca learns about the famous Cricova sparkling wine, made using the traditional French method developed by the monk Dom Pérignon.
To get a bird’s eye view of the fertile lands that produce Moldova’s wine, she takes off in a hot air balloon, flying over vineyards, hills and forests.
After exploring the 15th-century monastery carved out at Orheiul Vechi, one of Moldova’s most beloved natural sites, Anca enjoys Moldovan cuisine accompanied by wine at Chateau Vartely, a winery located in Orhei.
You can watch the full video by clicking here.
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