Domeniile Cuza Vineyard by Transylvania Wine
Our vineyard is bathed by the sun and caressed by the fertile soil of Alexandru Ioan Cuza village, situated at a latitude of 45 degrees, commonly referred to as the wine parallel. The composition of our soil and the mild climate influenced by the Black Sea, Cahul and Jalpug lakes create a unique terroir where the cultivation of vines has deep-rooted history.
Pages of History
In 1864 the inhabitants of the village were re-owned with land through the decree of Romanian ruler Alexandru Ioan Cuza. He decreed an abolition of private property and the redistribution of the landed estates amongst the peasantries.
Since then, the nature blessing comes together with our people’s passion to create special wines, proving through every drop the thirst for freedom our nation has. We are proud of our descendance and of the wines we create here. Domeniile Cuza – wines that write history. Since 1864.
The main element on the product label is the red band with gold edges, which was inspired by the ribbon worn by Alexandru Ioan Cuza, as part of his uniform. The logo consists of the gilded star in 8 corners, which reminds of a decoration worn by the Prince on his chest.
The same symbol – the star in eight corners, acts as a delimiter between the logo and the name of the assortment, being a graphic element in tune with the logo completes the design.