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SC Cramele Recas SA

P.O. Box 1, 307340 Recas, Timis
Complex De Vinificatie, 307340 Recas, Timis

Telephone +40 256 330-100
Fax +40 256 330-241

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand J63

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 15


Philip Cox



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Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.18  Romania
  •  Banat


  • 02.06  Quality sparkling wine/Sekt
  • 02.06.01  Quality sparkling wine/Sekt without more precise indication of origin

Quality sparkling wine/Sekt without more precise indication of origin

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Feb 8, 2017

Cramele Recas to attend ProWein 2017

February 2017 – Next month, Romania’s largest winery, Cramale Recas will be showcasing their range of quality wines at the ProWein Global Trade Fair, taking place from 19th to 21st March in Düsseldorf Germany.

After being founded by Philip and Eliveria Cox in 1998, the vineyard has grown using some of the highest quality of equipment and methods to create exquisite wine.

The passion and respect of the wine are what make Cramele Recas such a great success. Its affordable yet high quality wines run through all of its markets, both in the UK and internationally. Last year saw Cramele Recas introduce a selection wines for a more premium market with the Alamina range, created with both the indigenous Feteasca Neagra and Pinot Noir grapes.

Located at Hall 15 and on stand J63, Cramele Recas will be holding tastings over the three days. Which will include its German distributed range – Richtig Lecker, in both the Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet, which are available from Penny, Germany, as well as their UK range.

The Richtig Lecker has been designed completely for the German market, from the grape blend to the labelling details. The Cabernet Sauvignon is a rich purple, which a nose of coffee and blueberries. With strong tannins and very little acidity with flavours of cherry and blackberries coming through on the palate.

Fresh and fruity, the Richtig Lecker Sauvignon Blanc is a delicious white wine with aromas of grapefruit and gooseberries. Dry on the palate with a pleasant fruit acid.

Along the Richtig Lecker range, Cramele Recas will be also showcasing a selection of its new range of wine. This will include its first bottle of sparkling Chardonnay, which has created by the classic sparkling wine method of bottle fermentation, the Muse Stars and and its first orange wine from the Sole range.

This will be the third year for Cramele Recas to attend the tasting event, and with plans to expand their international market it will be an excellent start to 2017.


Notes to editors: Cramele Recas Philip Cox ,Commercial Director and Shareholder, along with Elvira Cox , Export Director and Shareholder, launched Cramele Recas in 1998. They now produce the highest-selling Pinot Grigio in the UK. Cramele Recas is Romania’s biggest exporter of bottled wine; selling over 2 million bottles a year in the UK, it is a major player in the domestic market with an annual production of 13,000,000 bottles in 2016. Cramele Recas produces wine from a range of grape varieties – from popular international to indigenous Romanian.

For more information please contact Clementine Communications: Helena Smith helena@clementinecom.com Tel: 0207 471 8730

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Romania’s largest winery, Cramele Recas is approaching its 18th birthday. After being founded by Philip and Eliveria Cox in 1998, the vineyard has grown using some of the highest quality of equipment and methods to create exquisite wine.

Located in the Romanian region of Transylvania/Banat, the conditions of the climate can often be harsh, however with care and persistence, and in its 600 hectares of land Philip and his team produce varieties that other’s would not.

The wine region’s tradition is perfectly expressed through Cramele Recas’ developing range of modern fruit driven wines. Since 2009, Cramele Recaş has invested more than €36 million in new plantations, vineyard equipment and infrastructure and in cutting-edge winery apparatus, including laboratory equipment and a fully automatic bottling line.

New equipment, including tractors, spraying machines and modern systemic viticulture methods are coordinated by consultant, Professor Diego Tomassi, the lead Viticultural Researcher at the University of Padova

The passion and respect of the wine are what make Cramele Recas such a great success. Customers have the opportunity to sample these wines in local stores such as Waitrose and ASDA as well as a selection of independent wine merchants across the UK. This year however, they had huge success with their Nonius Shiraz at Aldi UK, displaying Cramele Recas’ range of quality wines and exploring a more premium selection of wines.

Cramele Recaș’ thriving visitor centre - which includes a restaurant, bar, banqueting room, three shops and extensive cellars - attracts more than 30,000 visitors from around the world, including Europe, USA, Australia and China.

Since 2003 Cremele Recaş has continued to invest in new facilities – including the four tasting rooms which cater for 100 people, and a kitchen that caters for 250 – with plans to build new facilities.

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