Husi Vineyard 1954

Husi Vineyard

In 1415 Prince Alexander’s gives Nikita and two villages in Draslavita Dobre … (Huşul today), quoting in another document in 1436 “… Iezerul and via …” the same places. Documents of the time we give the news that between 1600-1662 and vineyards were planted on flat lands, and eyes Saca at Husi princely setting up vineyards. Excellent quality of wines Husi even older records exist, they belong to foreign travelers who passed through medieval Moldavia is significant in this respect, if only the words of Marco Bandinus, at 1646: “Husul, ancient settlement Moldova’s vineyards, produces a wine taste, aroma and very much sought “. …


Husi Area

In 1415 Alexandru Voievod gives to Nichita and Dobre two villages at Draslavita…(today`s Husi), this fact being mentioned in 1436 in another document “…Iezerul and the vineyard…” found in the same places. Old documents inform us that between 1600 and 1662 large vineyards were planted on the fields of Saca and Ochi, at Huşi being created the royal vineyards.Even older documents state the excellent quality of the Husi wines, these documents belonging to foreign travelers who met the medieval Moldavia. Relevant in this way is the statement of Marco Bandinus, made in 1646: “Husul, ancient location of Moldavian vineyards, gives us a tasty, flavored and much desired wine.



The vineyard of Husi city covers about 3.000 Ha of grapes with a medium production of 10.000 Kg/ha. The quality of the products has registered a constant improvement, and the wine products are superior, as price and quality too. Metaphorically speaking, the blazon of flavored “Muscat” wine, rose-colored, with organoleptic characteristics and completely optimized wine is being assigned to the triumphant premium wine Busuioaca de Bohotin – Husi. Its only poetic and philosophic “drawback” is stated in these lines: “Busuioaca-Bohotina/ So divinely flavored/ `n so lightly colored/ In our shortly living/ That not ceases wasting/ You’re such a miracle/ So rapidly …