Domeniile Mennini Srl

Str. Zoreloler Nr. 1, Olt County , 237441 Sat Colibasi, Comuna Strejesti
Romania

Telephone +40 729 809216
Fax +40 349 130901
office@cramamennini.ro

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 15 / J41
 Interactive Plan

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand J41

Fairground map

ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.18  Romania
  • 01.01.18.05  Dealurile Munteniei si Olteniei

Our products

Product category: Dealurile Munteniei si Olteniei

Domeniile Mennini Selection Horeca - Negru de Dragasani

Tasting Note
Visual: clear, intense red ruby with violet reflections

Olfactory: berries aroma, ripe blackberries, cherries, sour cherries.

Taste: soft, well-integrated acidity, fine and round tannins, long aftertaste

Winemaking process: the harvesting is done manually in plastic boxes, destemming and crushing are done automatically, the juice is pumped into stainless steel tanks with a controlled temperature, where it is seeded with selected yeasts to complete the alcoholic fermentation, then drawing the wine and finishing the malolactic fermentation.

Wine Style: dry

Food pairing: Romanian traditional food, red meat, pasta and risotto Italian cuisine.

Alcohol: 13,5 %

Residual sugar: 3,05 g/l

Region: Dragasani( DOC- CMD )

Variety: Negru de Dragasani was created over 20 years ago at the Dragasani Research Station and Wine Production, by crossing the variety Negru Vartos with Saperavi (Georgian variety, in georgian Saperavi = paint, purplish reflexes). It is the little brother of the NOVAC variety. Relatively high production on every hectare can exceed 10 tons, reaching 15.5 tons/ha.

Baricare: NO

Soil type: the presence of albic luvisols, planosol and brown soils (podzolic).

The wine can be aged in bottle for 3-4 years.

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Product category: Dealurile Munteniei si Olteniei

Domeniile Mennini Selection Horeca - Colinero

Tasting Note

Visual: Clear, deep purple red with violet reflections

Olfactory: berries aroma, blackberries, ripe cherries, sour cherries.

Taste: soft, well-integrated acidity, fine round tannins, long aftertaste.

Winemaking process: the harvesting is done manually in plastic boxes, destemming and crushing are done automatically, the juice is pumped into stainless steel tanks with a controlled temperature, where it is seeded with selected yeasts to complete the alcoholic fermentation, then drawing the wine and finishing the malolactic fermentation.

Wine Style: dry

Food pairing: Romanian traditional food, red meat, pasta from the Italian cuisine.

Alcohol: 13,00 %

Region: Dragasani

Variety: assemblage Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

Baricare: YES, 9 months in an oak barrel

Soil type: the presence of albic luvisols and brown soils (podzolic).

The wine can be aged in bottle 3-4 years.

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Product category: Dealurile Munteniei si Olteniei

Domeniile Mennini Selection Horeca Rose - Pinot Noir

Tasting Note
Visual: Clear, rose - salmon
Olfactory: flavor of raspberries, cherries, strawberries.
Taste: pleasant, interesting fruity acidity, long aftertaste.

Winemaking process: the harvesting is done manually in plastic boxes, destemming and crushing are done automatically, the juice is pumped into stainless steel tanks with a controlled temperature, where it is seeded with selected yeasts to complete the alcoholic fermentation, then drawing the wine and finishing the malolactic fermentation.

Wine Style: dry.
Food pairing: any dish from appetizers, entrees, main course to dessert.
Alcohol: 12,00 %
Region: Dragasani( DOC- CMD )

Variety: international. Worldwide there are over 1,000 different clones obtained from this grape. He comes into the famous wines of Burgundy. It produces wines of a great finesse.

Baricare: NO
Soil type: albic luvisols and brown soils (podzolic).

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About us

Company details

In the Carpatho-Danube space of Oltenia is situated the vineyard of Dragasani, one of the oldest and reputable in Romania.

The Dragasani vineyard spreads between the Subcarpaţii Getici hills, to the north and the Romanian Plain, to the south and southeast, and is situated between parallels 44 ° 30'-44 ° 55 'north latitude and 23 ° 55'-24 meridians ° 15' east longitude. The vineyard has a length of about 50 km between Strejesti, in the south and Ioneşti, in the north, and spanning in with, on the east-west side, for a distance reaching about 30km.

Administratively, the vineyard is located in the Valcea and Olt counties.

The vineyard was named after the Dragasani city, attested in the XIVth century, which was founded on the site of the Roman fort, with a Dacian name, Rusidava and the town of Strejesti, component of the Wine Center ascribed to the Dragasani vineyard. The vineyard was attested in the XVIIth century, when it was under the rule of the local Buzesti boyars: Radu and Stroe. In the far past, the vineyards of the Stejesti territory belonged to the “One wood” monastery, which came in 1864 under the ownership of the Stirbei families, Teodorini and Darvari. The age of the vines from these delightful places, full of history, can be dated quite difficult, it being linked to the first plantations made by the Geto-Dacians, over two millennia ago.

The Dragasani wines experienced their glory in the late XIXth century, winning several medals at international exhibitions in Paris, in 1867, 1889 and 1900, as well as the honorary diploma at the Bordeaux International Wine Competition in 1898. In the Dragasani vineyards, mainly the Strejesti area, there are produced many types of white wines (Sauvignon Blanc), aromatic wines (Tamaioasa Romaneasca, Muscat Ottonel) and superior red wines (Merlot, Cabernet, Pinot Noir, Burgundy, Negru de Dragasani).

DOMENIUL MENNINI – of the Dragasani vineyards, located in Strejesti, is a natural paradise of vineyards and orchards, with over 300 hectares, of which 70 hectares are occupied with vines of superior quality, and mostly replanted in respecting the rules of modern viticulture. It is oriented to the production of native varieties, like: Burgund Mare, Negru de Dragasani, Tamaioasa Romaneasca and Muscat Ottonel, but also international ones, such as: Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. The Mennini cellar, with a capacity of more than 1 million liters, was built in 2012 and is equipped with modern technology, necessary to produce high-quality wines.

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