For 19 years, in October, the wine community of the Republic of Moldova has met on the National Wine Day to celebrate its traditions in winemaking. For 19 years, the wine festival has been growing from a local holiday into an international event, which has placed the country on the world map of wine tourism, the stands of the winemakers in the Grand National Assembly Square and the adjacent streets attracting tens of thousands of tourists (including thousands of foreign tourists) in search of authentic experiences.
”My Wine Day”: 2020 inaugurates an exceptional version of The National Wine Day celebrating the country’s wine heritage on October 3rd and 4th.
The 2020 edition in the Republic of Moldova
This year, no stands: with the “Eu deVIN sărbătoare”/ “My Wine Day” slogan, the 2020 edition will be celebrated in compliance with all safety measures. The most representative event of the country’s wine sector will review its biggest successes and the highlights of the past 19 years. And amateurs will be offered an exhibition of wine bottles labels over the years and special programs in all the wineries of the country who will welcome visitors with tastings, food pairings, music and surprises.
MY WINE DAY Zoom webinar over all continents
The event will explode internationally: while hundred thousands people have enjoyed the first 18 editions of the Moldova National Wine Day, the 19th will be celebrated by millions in different countries. In the spirit of global unity and in celebration of National Wine Day, Wine of Moldova is excited to invite you to a truly international event – My Wine Day webinar and masterclass.
Now in its 19th year, National Wine Day was created to recognize the significance of wine-making and viticulture in the country of Moldova. This year, we are taking the event online, to invite our friends and colleagues from around the world to join in enjoying a glass of Moldovan wine.
Host Jamie Goode, London-based wine writer, lecturer, and judge, will lead an esteemed panel of speakers from nine countries to explore the winemaking traditions of Moldova: from its indigenous grape varieties to its rich culture and exciting future.
◆ Julia Scavo, sommelier (Romania/France)
◆ Jacques Orhon MS, lecturer and author (Québec)
◆ Frank Smulders MW, consultant and educator (Netherlands)
◆ Robert Joseph, wine expert and consultant (UK)
◆ Michelle Williams, wine, food, and travel writer (USA)
◆ André Devald, wine specialist and author (Denmark)
◆ Marc Vanhellemont, wine and gastronomy journalist (Belgium/France)
◆ Chung Tao Hsieh, wine and gastronomy journalist (Taiwan/China)
◆ Mihail Druta, chef and sommelier (Moldova)
Date: Saturday, October 3
Time: 5:00 PM (London) | 6:00 PM (Paris) | 7:00 PM (Chisinau) | 12:00 PM (New York)
Want to take part?
You can register here!
The modern Moldovan wines
Moldovan wine has undergone a complete revolution in improving wine quality over the last decade, with clear proof shown by 740 medals awarded to Moldovan wines in 2019 at renowned international wine competitions. The National Office for Vine and Wine (ONVV) is the main body that manages the Moldovan wine sector, bringing its expertise and technical assistance to vine and grape growing and vinification, and embracing promotion and marketing of quality wines. The Moldovan wine industry owes the ONVV the creation of the Protected Geographical Indications regions and the precious national wine and vine register.
Source: press release
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