The character of the wines from Basilescu Winery withdraws its sap from the specific terroir offered by Dealu Mare and Pietroasa vineyards. Basilescu wines' secret: unique terroir and over 100 years old tradition.
The microclimate
This habitat has a climate that possesses the most favourable conditions for flavoured grape varieties crops. These conditions ensure the organic compounds accumulation in grapes and the achievement of a high quality production. Benefiting a long vegetation period, grapes have the possibility of accumulating large sugar quantities, and the vines mature in excellent conditions. The renowned Busuioacă de Bohotin, which blends colours, flavours and unique sensations, encounters the best cropping conditions in this region.
The topography
Slope exposure is mostly southern, with moderate inclination.
The soil
Soil is established on shelly limestone, with mother-rock at a low depth and a high limestone content, and a low precipitation regime, favours the achievement of sweet and flavoured wines.


Through its soil and climate conditions, the Pietroasa viticultural domain distinguishes from the one in Urlaţi through its osseous soil, with high limestone content, established on calciferous soil, the terrain exposure, its rich heliothermal resources and a regime low enough on precipitation. Consisting of high temperatures and low precipitations, this region is excellent for sweet and flavoured grape varieties.

Basilescu Winery owns over 40 ha cultivated with: Busuioacă de Bohotin, Romanian Muscatel, White Maiden and Italian Riesling, from the wine category with Controlled Origin Naming (D.O.C.) – Pietroasa. This is the region from which grapes from in the Ingeri din Micul Paris, Eclipse and Dessert-wines – Busuioacă de Bohotin gamut, withdraw their sap.