Our small winery has high aspirations and confidence in our ability to carry out our goals. We want to experiment with diverse technologies to produce exclusive wines.

Oleg Boboc
Cabernet-Sauvignon
2007, 8000 bottles

A well-balanced, dry red with a fine plum flavor, suitable for aging. Best consumed at a between 60 and 65 degrees F (16 and 18 degrees C), it is a perfect companion for roasted or grilled red meat, goose, lamb, pasta, mussels, cheese, and dark chocolate.

Chardonnay
2008, 450 bottles

A dry white wine with a fine, balanced, spicy taste and flowery nose; delicious with fish and seafood.

Contacts

Oleg Boboc
+373 69 352 734
oleg@vinarianobila.com

Sociteni
MD6827, Ialoveni raion
Republic of Moldova

The idea of making wine in Moldova was the result of a study tour of wineries in California and Oregon. Exposure to American wineries inspired a plan to plant a vineyard and produce noble wine — Vinăria Nobilă — in Moldova.

Vinăria Nobilă was founded on five acres (two hectares) in the village of Olănești in 2004. Soils in the region are best suited for red grapes, and plantings were divided equally between Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

However, other varietals can also be cultivated in the region. In 2006, the winery planted about 5.6 acres (2.3 hectares) to Chardonnay, Riesling, Cabernet Franc, and Sauvignon Blanc.

To further diversify its plantings, the winery added Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir for sparkling wines. The enterprise is oriented primarily toward producing small quantities of a diverse mix of high-quality wines. Annual production is less than 10,000 bottles.

Viticulture at Vinăria Nobilă differs from common Moldovan practices. The density of grafts is double the usual, yielding higher quality than achieved through traditional methods.

Winemaking processes follow traditional fermentation and aging methods. Focusing on producing outstanding wines, the vineyard is small and grape selection is rigorous. Red wine is fermented in stainless steel tanks.


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