Castellum Dracula Negru de Dragasani 2015

/Castellum Dracula Negru de Dragasani 2015

Castellum Dracula Negru de Dragasani 2015


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  • Variety: 100% Negru de Drăgășani
  • Appelation: DOC-CMD Mehedinti
  • Vintage: 2014
  • Yield: 7500 kg/ha
  • Oak aging: 6 months
  • Alcohol content (vol%): 13.5


Negru de Drăgăşani, is a unique and native grape variety and was created as a cross between Negru Vârtos and arguably Saperavi or Băbească Neagră (local grapes). The grapes are medium size,chilindrical shape.
The oenologic potential of this variety is expressed through high capacity of bio-synthetisation and accumulation in grapes of glucides and anthocyans, of maintain proper total contents of acidity, even in advanced phases of super-maturity. The wines presents a very balanced composition, are rich colored, without annoying nuances, extractive and very agreeable to consumption, even when are very young.


Manual harvesting in plastic crates, de-stemming and crushing, the must is pumped into temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks where it is seeded with yeasts to complete the alcoholic fermentation, followed by the racking of the wine and the completion of the malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels, where it is refined by a maturing period of about 6 months.


Clear, bright, intense ruby red with violet hues and an intense aromas of black cherries and forest fruit with hints of spices. Dry, full-bodied, strong and balanced, with round tannins, fruity notes and a persistent finish.
It is recommended to be served at 15˚C, along with red meat, small game, traditional Romanian red meat-based dishes, fresh cheeses.

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Castellum Dracula


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Due to their position in the most southern part of the country and thanks to the influence of the Mediterranean climate and proximity of the Danube, the vines covering the Mehedinti hills have always produced the highest quality wines, which have been extremely well appreciated.
Climatic data show that this is a place where an important number of temperature degrees and a lot of sunny hours are to be found, thus providing good conditions for ripening and synthesis in the berries of certain compounds with a great oenological value, among which the most important are the saccharides and the anthocyanins. In this area the sun always shines upon the entire vineyard, actually beaming upon it and the soil is the so-called “red clay” – most adequate for producing high quality wines.

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