Part of the national DNA
A long way from Romania the origins of this Muscat, but how fervently it is drank in our country! This – and its undeniable tradition in Moldova – made it one of the most popular domestic wines. Because its aromas (acacia flowers, rose, honeycomb) are best suited to a semi-sweet or sweet repast, the most popular Tamaioasa wines were in the entry level and high end categories – notable “tamaioasa” is hard to find in the mid-range price or quality. The new trend seem to be “combining” this variety with more neutral ones, obtaining refreshing wines that are not as flavoured and that can be drank every day with one’s meal.
source: Cezar Ioan – Connaisseur fara ifose