Vrancea was a land of transhumance, which is an undeniable fact, and which also explains its pastoral character and folk traditions. The VARANCHA idea came from a desire to return the wines from Vrancea to their true ancient value.
The name Vrancea, documented as Varancha in 1431, is generally explained by experts as „mountain” or „raven”, suggesting the density of the raven-like black forests, or „barrel hole”.
There are testimonies that speak of the existence of natural conditions that are very favourable for vine development, and secondly, of the great attachment for this plant of the people who lived here that came into the beliefs, thoughts and lives.
VARANCHA range includes pure Romanian varieties, and international varieties processed in semi-dry types, using Romanian traditional methods.