The story of Crama La Salina was born from the passion of two noble wine lovers, who restored the wine-growing area on the Durgău Hills.
After decades of inactivity, the Durgău Hills wine-growing area, the terraces and slopes of the estate have been transformed into a fertile vine, using state-of-the-art technology and receiving the geographical indication of “Transylvania Hills”. As the name of the winery suggests, the vineyard is located in the immediate vicinity of Turda salt mine, an area with a secular tradition in viticulture, dating back from the Roman Empire period, at the time when the settlement known nowadays under the name of Turda was called Potaissa. As a tribute to the millennial wine-growing traditions formed here, ever since the place bore the name Potaissa, Crama La Salina winery has developed the ISSA brand in the last almost ten years.
During the event, participants will learn about local grape varieties and the story of the vineyards through wine tasting and a guided tour.
Participation is by invitation only, for further information about Crama La Salina, click here. Event organized by Slow Food Turda, as part of the Good Food Good Farming – European Days of Action.
Financed by European Union
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Event languages: EN, RO
Dealul Viilor 10 - Turda (Romania)