Moldova has a well-established wine industry. With a production of around 2 million hectolitres of wine (as of 2018), it is the 11th largest European wine-producing country. Moldova has a vineyard area of 148,500 hectares (367,000 acres) of which 107,800 hectares (266,000 acres) are used for commercial production. The remaining 40,700 hectares (101,000 acres) are vineyards planted in villages around the houses used to make home-made wine. Many families have their own recipes and strands of grapes that have been passed down through the generations. There are 3 historical wine regions: Valul lui Traian (south west), Stefan Voda (south east) and Codru (center), destined for the production of wines with protected geographic indication.
As part of the celebrations of the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries, Romania and the Republic of Moldova put into circulation, on November 24, 2021, a nice joint series (2 stamps) dedicated to viticulture. Designed by Mihail Vămăşescu and Eugeniu Verebceanu, these two Moldovan stamps (1.75 L and 11 L, print run: 45,000 and 35,000) have been printed each in a sheetlet of 10 stamps as well as in a mixed sheetlet consisting of 3 stamps of each.. Read more..
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