1. ROSE WINE. M1 ROSE-HD (720p)

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    Three wonderful rose wines in three different collections. Sable Noble - rose 2013, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (70%) and Fetească Black (30%) for New World wines fans. Arezan - Fetească Neagra rose 2013 on the taste of conservative consumer. Leat 6500 The Origin - rose 2013, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (60%) and Fetească Neagra (40%) for Provence rose lovers. ------------------------ Trei rose-uri minunate in trei colectii diferite. Sable Noble - rose 2013, un cupaj de Cabernet Sauvignon (70%) si Feteasca Neagra (30%) pentru fanii vinurilor din Lumea Noua. Arezan Feteasca Neagra rose 2013, pe gustul consumatorilor conservatori. Leat 6500 The Origin - rose 2013, un cupaj din Cabernet Sauvignon (60%) si Feteasca Neagra (40%) pe gustul celor indragostiti de rose-urile din Provence. Beti vinuri care va merita!

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    • ATELIER WINE CELLAR - 2013, a year in pictures

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      In 2013 we launched our first red wines. It was a good year, full of work and events. Enjoy the pictures and drink wines that deserves you!

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      • ATELIER WINE CELLAR - Red, red wines. Autumn launch 2013.

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        Our first red wines: Arezan Feteasca Neagra 2011, Arezan Babeasca Neagra 2012 and Leat 6500 The Origin Pinot Noir 2011. The official launch took place at Loft, in Bucharest, on October 10

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        • Wine of the Month Club | Feteasca Neagra, 2010. Prahova

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          • ATELIER WINE CELLAR - spring launch 2013

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            Season premieres: Leat 6500 Chardonnay 2011, Leat 6500 Sauvignon Blanc 2012, Arezan Feteasca Neagra rose 2012 si Sable Noble red 2011 (Feteasca Neagra, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon). Crazy Cafe Restaurant, Constanta, 10 April 2013.

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            • ATELIER WINE CELLAR present Leat 6500 The Origin roze 2011

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              • Romanian Wines - Four Thousand Years in the Making - James Meléndez / James the Wine Guy

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                Romania is the 7th largest wine producer in Europe and 11th in the world. There are approximately 195,000 hectares / 481,000 acres planted. Romania has a rich tradition of viniculture for over 4 millennia--few nation-states can say the same. According to legend the Greek God Dionysus was born in Dobrogea - southeast Romania. Romania is in similar latitude bands as France, Spain, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary and Austria. Generally northern Romania there are primarily white wine grapes grown in this area; central Romania has a mix of both red and white and south Romania is predominately red wine grapes. Romania is a land of higher elevation and has a continental climate--there are sea influences from the Black Sea. Romania produces both indigenous grapes: Fetească Albă, Fetească Regală, Fetească Neagră, Băbească Neagră as well as international varietals: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris. Romania has numerous large wine areas: 1) Maramures & Crisana - West and North 2) Banat - Southwest 3) Transylvania - Central Romania 4) Oltenia & Muntenia - South 5) Dobrogrea - East and on the Black Sea 6) Moldova - North east And encompassing smaller wine districts inside each larger wine region. Romania's lineage is certainly ancient and new. But few have 4 thousand years of history but Romania like most other wine producing nations has newness as well. A sense of finding it's consumer base, refining it's wines, training native Romanians to go abroad and bring back knowledge to produce high quality and impressionable wines. Romania has had an uninterrupted wine history despite many historical interruptions. I think many people are relying too heavily on the past communist era as significant and interfering with wine production--and despite these years of collective farming --wine was still being produced. A larger picture is the framework and heritage that is Romanian wines--that is a significant picture. And we are more than a generation away from the communist regime--the Romanian wine industry is geared to have many glasses to fill. Romanian wine production is far too large to not have a larger distribution trajectory. And the world is awaiting to taste Romanian's wines. &&& Demystifying Wine...One Bottle at a Time from all wine regions around the world. Read more of my wine reviews: jamesthewineguy.wordpress.com © 2011 James Meléndez / Jaime Patricio Meléndez — All Rights Reserved. James the Wine Guy also on Facebook, Twitter and most major social medias. James the Wine Guy on Twitter: http://twitter.com/JamesTheWineGuy See James the Wine Guy channel for videos on YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/jamesthewineguy Also available on Facebook

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