Founded based on century-old traditions with the mission of renewing the myth of the most famous vampire in the world, Legendary Dracula has chosen to deliver to the world the authentic experience of Transylvania, the Immortal Count. We are proud to offer an exceptional selection of wines and spirits from Transylvania. Our selection includes some of the finest craft spirits and award-winning wines from Dracula’s land.
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Vintage 2020, this wine hails from the DOC-CMD Drăgăşani appellation and features Negru de Drăgăşani grapes. With an alcohol content of 14.5% Vol, it boasts a dry profile, best enjoyed at 17°C. This wine encapsulates a rich tradition. The "Dance of the Bear," held annually in Romania's Moldova region, symbolizes the cyclical nature of time, a rebirth from death. This ancient ritual, performed between Christmas and New Year's, unites the community to witness the dance, rooted in the Geto-Dacian culture. The bear, a revered creature, held healing powers and regulated seasons through its hibernation cycle. This wine embodies the essence of this cultural tapestry.
Originating from Pinot Noir grapes in Romania's Dealu Mare region, renowned for red wines, this wine is crafted by Aurelia Visinescu, a celebrated winemaker with over two decades of passion and expertise. The compact 14,500-hectare Dealu Mare vineyards experience a temperate continental climate with significant solar radiation and annual temperatures around 10°C. Harvested at full maturity, the grapes undergo meticulous processing, including cold soaking and temperature-controlled fermentation. The result is a bright red wine with intense red berry and dark chocolate notes, boasting a soft, medium-bodied palate featuring tannins and vanilla hints. Best served at 16-18°C, this wine complements dishes like poultry, Bolognese pasta, Moroccan and Lebanese cuisine, as well as Brie or Camembert cheese.
Crafted solely from Merlot grapes in Romania's renowned Dealu Mare region, a red wine that embodies the area's rich winemaking heritage. Dealu Mare's compact vineyards, spanning about 14,500 hectares, experience a temperate continental climate marked by cold winters and hot summers. Boasting 2200 annual sunshine hours, these vineyards yield grapes with over 4000 degrees of warmth. The winemaking process involves meticulous manual harvesting, gentle destemming, and crushing. Alcoholic fermentation occurs in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks, followed by controlled malolactic fermentation, and a 12-month maturation in stainless steel. The result is a purple-red wine with raspberry and cherry aromas, layered with barrel, coconut, and cigar smoke notes. The taste is balanced, complex, and explosive, leading to a long, fragrant aftertaste. Perfectly paired with grilled pork or lamb, it's recommended to be served at 13-15°C.
Crafted from Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Feteascã Neagrã grapes in Romania's Dealu Mare, this wine reflects the nation's grape prowess. The compact 14,500-hectare Dealu Mare vineyards endure a temperate continental climate with extreme ranges. With 2200 sunshine hours annually, the grapes accumulate over 4000 degrees of warmth. Varieties are vinified separately in stainless steel vessels. Maturation occurs for 8 months, partly in stainless steel pots and partly in second-cycle Romanian oak barriques. The result is an intense ruby wine with spicy notes, balanced and harmonious, finishing persistently. Ideal at 16-18°C, it pairs well with red meat, venison, and aged cheese.
Fetească Neagră, a native Moldovan variety, yields deep-colored wines that demand vigilant care. Later harvesting and constant trimming enhance its quality. This red bramble-fruited wine carries soft cherry hints, varying based on terroir and oak influences from earthy to cappuccino and vanilla flavors. From Dealu Mare's compact vineyards, under a temperate continental climate, grapes flourish. Crafted by acclaimed winemaker Aurelia Visinescu, this wine reflects the variety and terroir's essence. Stainless steel tank fermentation at 25-27˚C, extended maceration, and 12 months in second-cycle Romanian oak shape the wine. With intense dried plum, black currant, and cinnamon flavors, it offers a velvety aftertaste, ideal at 16-18°C. A perfect companion to lamb, pork, veal, beef, and even fried chicken dishes.
Fetească Neagră, an ancient Moldovan and Muntenian native grape, demands meticulous care for exceptional results. Harvesting later and maintaining vine vigor through trimming yield excellent outcomes. In Dealu Mare's compact vineyards, influenced by a temperate continental climate, this grape flourishes. Crafted by renowned winemaker Aurelia Visinescu, the wine embodies both variety and terroir. After stainless steel tank fermentation and cap management, the wine matures for 19 months in Romanian oak. With an intense red color, it boasts plum, black fruit, and sweet spice notes, a velvety texture, balanced tannins, and a long, smooth aftertaste. Ideal at 16°C, it complements lamb, pork, beef, and even fried chicken dishes.
This wine originates from Fetească Neagră and Syrah grapes in Romania's Dealu Mare, renowned for red wines. Fetească Neagră, native to Moldova and Muntenia, thrives with careful tending. Late picking and consistent trimming yield excellent results, offering a bramble-fruited red with cherry hints, varying from earthy to cappuccino and vanilla flavors. In the compact Dealu Mare vineyards, a temperate continental climate shapes the grapes, boasting 2200 sunshine hours and over 4000 degrees of warmth annually. Crafted by acclaimed winemaker Aurelia Visinescu, this wine captures the variety and terroir. Fermentation in vertical stainless steel tanks with gentle cap irrigation produces a complex wine. It offers intense fruity aromas, ripe red fruit taste with vanilla and spice hints, well-integrated tannins, and a velvety finish. Ideal at 14-16°C, it pairs well with spicy foods, roast duck, turkey, smoked ham, chorizo, and beef burgers.
Crafted from Cabernet Sauvignon and Fetească Neagră grapes in Romania's Dealu Mare, this wine reflects the region's winemaking excellence. Fetească Neagră, an ancient Moldovan variety, thrives with meticulous care. Picked late, and trimmed regularly, it produces deep-colored wines, ranging from bramble fruit to cappuccino and vanilla notes. Dealu Mare's compact vineyards, influenced by a temperate continental climate, contribute to the vine's vigor. After separate vinification, the wine matures for 12 months in second-cycle Romanian oak barrels, followed by bottle aging for 12 months. A ruby-red wine with dried fruit and coffee aromas, it boasts balanced structure and a persistent finish. Best served at 15-17°C, it pairs well with lamb, red meat, matured cheese, and chocolate desserts.