RESEARCHES REGARDING WINE AS AGROTOURISTIC RESOURCE CASE STUDY: "BUDUREASCA"

Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 14 ISSUE 2
Written by Romeo Cătălin CREŢU, Petrică ŞTEFAN, Sorin BIBICIOIU

In regions that today form the Romanian space, vines grew wild thousands of years ago. Vitis Silvestris, nativeCarpathian oak forests, was the basis of the famous Dacian vines. In Prahova, wine road reissuing older segment ofthe wine road used by the Romans, which traversed Europe. It goes through the famous vineyards of the county andincludes stops at the mansion, court and monasteries. The road passes through villages: Filipeştii Fair, Băicoi,Boldeşti, Bucov, pleasant Valley Călugărească, Iordăcheanu, Urlati, Ceptura, Fântânele Tohani, Gura Vad, and toexploit fully, liquid gold, it was introduced tourist circuit wine cellars from Urlaţi and Azuga which are offered fortasting exceptional wines and sparkling wines, with traditional rustic menu.

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Creţu R. C., Ştefan P., Bibicioiu S. 2014, RESEARCHES REGARDING WINE AS AGROTOURISTIC RESOURCE CASE STUDY: "BUDUREASCA". Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 14 ISSUE 2, PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, 99-104.


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