Dobrogea is in the South East of Romania, situated between the Danube Delta and the Black Sea.
Dobrogea is a mix of rolling hills and flat land.
he region geography consists of a succession of hills and flat land, widely waved, not difficult for proper vines. Light and heat are everywhere in abundance, the soil has a good structure and fertility and contains all the chemical elements that vines need. The storm water is not exceeding the limits, this fact providing a good prerequisite for obtaining high quality wines. No wonder that, having such conditions, viticulture in Dobrogea has developed rapidly, currently occupying a place of prime importance. Dobrogea vineyards form today an area slightly larger than 25,000 hectares. They bind into several vineyards which are a “must” in any wine journey. The region is cut across, just below the middle of it, by the famous vineyards of Murfatlar, on the route of Carasu Valley, made up of three vine centers: Murfatlar, Medgidia and Cernavoda. Going north on the eastern side of the province, we meet Istria vineyard – Babadag. In the north, on the Danube’s shore, we find the old Sarica-Niculitel vineyard having its vines in three centers: Somova, Niculitel and Macin. In the southwestern extremity of the region, near the old Danube river, lie Ostrov, Oltina and Aliman vineyards.