Transylvania has always been a fertile soil for living legends. All myths to the contrary, first and foremost it is sublime wines that flow here. From grapes which draw into themselves the unique terroir of this region and deliver the raw material from which Liliac produces internationally renowned wines.
In today’s Transylvania, Liliac is bringing back to life a wine-making tradition that is centuries old. Original, cultural landscape and modern wine-making technology work here in a fascinating symbiosis second to none. It is here that autochthonous wines are produced, exciting in their finesse and complexity. Whether white, red, rosé or irresistibly sweet – whenever Liliac adorns the neck of a bottle, an inspiring drinking experience is close to hand.
Alongside hand-selected Romanian grapes, in every bottle of Liliac there is also a goodly amount of Austrian expertise. Under the direction of Rudolf Krizan, who has experienced for many years the miscellaneous faces of wines as a specialist, the vineyard and wine cellar are professionalized in every detail. A wine-lovers’ joint venture then, impressively underlining Liliac’s high quality standards.
Commitment, attentiveness and an affinity to the spiritual, the earth and the climate form together the foundations of every truly great wine. The emerging vineyard is gifted with all of these. Today, of course, anyone who wants to turn grape juice into premium wine needs much more: uncompromising quality control, cutting-edge cellar technology and a not to little dash of creativity to scoop the full potential of each vintage. With this in mind, the re-animation of wine-making in this long-standing region should contribute to the optimal usage and maintenance of valuable resources.