Beciu Village Romania Winery
The Winery is located in the town of Vartescoiu, the village of Beciu, and Vrancea County. Originally, it belonged to General Voitoianu until the estate, along with the winery and his mansion, was nationalized by the Romanian State in 1948 and given to the State Agricultural Farm. The current owner has taken care of its restoration and modernization.
The winery is located on the western plateau of the Odobesti Vineyard, amidst the vineyards, at a distance of 5km from the town of Odobesti. Access to the winery is possible via the paved county road. The winery is connected to the water network of Vartescoiu village. It is powered by its electrical transformer station located at the boundary of the fenced premises made of concrete.
The winery is situated in the prime area of the vineyards in Vrancea, an ideal position for grape cultivation. Transportation is done by car or tank, depending on the quantity being transported. The total area of vineyards is 7 hectares. In 2011, replanting was done on an area of 4.5 hectares, with Feteasca, Muscat Ottonel, and Riesling varieties, while the remaining 2.5 hectares consist of Aligote.
Between 2002 and 2007, the winery annually produced and stored 100 railway cars of wine (10,000 liters per car). The wine was sold in their stores, both in bulk and bottled, as well as to other suppliers of wine-based alcoholic beverages. The company also purchased grapes at a cost and worked on an additional 50 hectares of vineyards under lease.
There are possibilities to purchase other vineyard areas. The storage capacity of the winery’s halls and cellars is 1000 square meters. The courtyard covers an area of 10,000 square meters.
The production and processing capacity of grapes is 5 tons every 40 minutes, or 14 railway cars in 12 hours. The winery has a storage capacity of 5000 hectoliters. Both white and red wines are produced here. The winery is equipped with a bottling line as well.
Properties similar to Beciu Village Romania Winery:
In cooperation with Charlie Caragaceanu