The 7ARTS Cellar and Vineyard

7ARTS Winery

an exceptional mix of remarkable wines and visual arts

an old cellar rebuilt and fully equipped
with state-of-the-art technology

a familly passion

7ARTS Winery

Location with long established tradition in Oltenia Hills, DOC Banu Maracine

The vineyard is located in the wine region Oltenia Hills, located 44.3550 N, 23.6810E, on a land with slopes of 10 to 30% and the maximum altitude of 600m. The vineyard rows are disposed from North to South, enjoying full sun throughout the day. The base soil consists of clays, marls and levantine sands, making it ideal for grapes and wines of premium quality.

The surface of 30 hectares are cultivated as follows: at the hill base there are the white varieties of White Feteasca (Feteasca Alba), Sauvignon Blanc, Romanian Tamaioasa (Tamaioasa Romaneasca) and as the slope grows, we find the red varieties of Syrah, Feteasca Neagra, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.

In order to fully control the quality, our oenologists use exclusively grapes from our own vineyard production which are picked-up and harvested manually. Although created in modern style, 7ARTS wines preserve, and even more conserve, the specifics of the region and the harvesting year.

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“As to follow the contest protocol, the ADAR comission has selected nine nominee wines, three brands for each wine category. We must mention that 2017 was a spectacular year for white wines. All the wine contest probes that were selected in the final were produced in 2017. First prized in our votes was a dry Sauvignon Blanc variety coming from 7ARTS Winery. ”

prof. Aurel Popa, vicepresident ADAR Oltenia
presiding the contest "Romanian Wines Stories"

“If you do not already know, beware that in the offer of the DOC Banu Maracine vineyards region you do find a Syrah of splendid beauty. I have never tasted such a young wine with the appearence of a fully matured wine as this one has. The grapes were harvested late in the season and the resulting wine, stored by-the-book in oak barrels, have conformed to a genuine Shiraz almost as one of ... the New World!”

Razvan Stoenescu, contributor to www.Vin2.ro