Located in the Northwest of Romania, Crisana & Maramures is one of the country’s most westernised regions when it comes to wine styles. Situated close to the Austrian border the area was a long time source of wines for the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Notable grapes here are Cadarcă and Mustoasa de Maderat.
Transylvania is a fascinating Romanian wine region earning a reputation for fresh fragrant white wines from both local and international varieties.
The ancient region of Banat now covers the south west of Romania, but also parts of Serbia and Hungary. In Romania it is home to the Recaş DOC.
The Moldavia region is covers a large section of East Romania and is home to important DOC wines such as Cotnari.
Muntenia-Oltenia is a huge wine making region that covers the south west of Romania.