“Everyone
knows the world’s classic wine regions: Tuscany, Burgundy, Bordeaux, Rioja,
Napa Valley”, writes the American news agency CNN in their web site and
continue: “But not all the world’s best wine regions have yet been
discovered.In fact, some of the finest wine is being made in places you might
never even have heard of.”
One of the great wine producers on CNN´s list is Moldova. Here´s what the American the wine
tasters write about “the most vineyard-dense country in the world”:

Though winemaking in Moldova dates back
more than 5,000 years, Moldovan wine — and Moldova in general — has flown
almost completely under the radar.

Sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine,
the tiny country’s wines are a delight, from indigenous whites like rara neagra
and plavai to its crisp, fruity sauvignon blancs and chardonnays.

You’ll even find excellent reds in mild,
dry southern Moldova: robust, earthy saperavis, as well as elegant cabernets,
gamays and pinot noir.

Interestingly, almost a quarter of all
Moldovans are winemakers — it’s the most vineyard-dense country in the world.

The country is also home to the world’s
largest wine cellar, Milestii Mici, which has more than two million bottles.

Visit: Cricova winery produces velvety,
medium-bodied Orasul Subteran Rara Neagra, made exclusively with indigenous
Moldovan grapes.

Click here for the complete CNN list of great not so well known wine producers.