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Wine Distributors in Romania

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The information about the countries that are represented in the distributor database. The section describes each country, the number of contacts and features of wine distribution.

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About Romania

Romania is a country in south-eastern Europe. It is located on the Black Sea and shares borders with Bulgaria, Serbia and Montenegro, Hungary, Ukraine and Moldova. Capital: Bucharest, Official language: Romanian, Continent: Europe. The forested Carpathian Mountains cover one third of Romania’s territory; the second third is covered by hills and plateaus with orchards and vineyards, and the remaining third is a fertile plain where cereals, vegetables and herbs grow. Romantic and hospitable Romania is filled with the charm of the Carpathians, the mystery of ancient castles, the mystery of Transylvania, and the mystique of Count Dracula.

Which alcoholic beverages are popular and enjoyed in Romania?

Ţuică (Ţuică is a traditional Romanian brandy made from plums), Wine (National Wines and Imported Wines), Beer, Palincă (Palincă is a strong Romanian fruit brandy), Vinars (Vinars is a type of grape brandy that is aged in oak barrels), Răchie (Răchie is a type of fruit brandy made from various fruits), Cocktails and mixed drinks.

What are the most popular international wines in Romania?

Wines from France and Italy, Spanish Wines, Wines from Chile and Argentine) and Other International Wines (Wines from Germany, Austria, Portugal and others).

What are the popular choices among wine drinkers in Romania?

Red Wine (Fetească Neagră, widely enjoyed in Romania Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir), Rosé Wine (mainly Romanian Rose Wines), Sparkling Wine/Champagne (French Champagne, Italian Prosecco, Romanian sparkling wines).

Where can you buy wines, fine wines in Romania?

The most common options for purchasing imported wines in Romania are: wine shops and specialty stores (for example, Vinexpert, Vinoteca, and Cramele Recas Wine Shop), online wine retailers (websites like,, and have rather extensive catalogs), supermarkets (the most popular chains being Carrefour, Mega Image, and Auchan), duty-free shops in Romanian airports, restaurants and wine bars, and, finally, importers and distributors.

Does Romania have its own wine production?

Yes. Romania has a long history of wine production and is known for its diverse and vibrant wine industry. The country has a favorable climate, varied terroirs, and a rich vinicultural heritage. Some notable wine regions in Romania include Transylvania, Moldova, Muntenia-Oltenia, Dobrogea.

What are the main distribution channels for wine importers in Romania?

Wine Shops and Specialty Retailers. Supermarkets and Hypermarkets. HORECA Sector. E-commerce platforms. Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) Sales. Private Wine Clubs.

What organization in Romania does regulate wine importation?

In Romania, the organization responsible for regulating wine importation is the National Office of Vine and Wine (Oficiul Național al Viei și Vinului, or ONVV). The key responsibilities of the ONVV include: Licensing and Oversight, Quality Control, Import Documentation, Market Monitoring.

What exhibitions and fairs are organized in Romania for wine producers and wine importers?

Vinvest International Wine Fair (it is the largest and most prestigious wine fair in Romania, held annually in Timișoara). Bucharest Tech Foodie. Romanian International Wine Competition (This annual competition evaluates and awards prizes to Romanian and International wines). Regional Wine Festivals (for ex., Transylvania and Moldavia, host their own wine festivals that attract both local and international wine producers and importers).