ISSN 2284-7995, ISSN Online 2285-3952


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 21 ISSUE 2
Written by Irina-Adriana CHIURCIU, Iuliana ZAHARIA, Elena SOARE

The wine sector is important for the present Romanian economy and has millennial origins in our country. Proving the previous statement, the paper presents the evolution of wine production, by consumption categories and types of colors, obtained in Romania and the analysis of the foreign trade in the category of wines, for the period 2013- present. The data available for 2018 indicated that, of the total production of noble wines (3,369.9 thousand hl), by consumption categories, the highest percentage was held by other wines (without PDO / PGI) - 55%, and by types of colors white wines achieved the largest amount (2,189.7 thousand hl). Moldova Hills represent the most important wine region of Romania, due to the amount of wines obtained here. Complementary to the economic analysis, we also introduced aspects of Romanian traditions related to wine. For the present paper, we took and analyzed data from reference works and sites like Faostat, ITC, NIS and MADR.

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