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Varietal origin: Busuioaca is believed to have originated in the region of Bohotin in Romania. It is a local grape variety that has been cultivated for centuries and is known for its unique aromatic qualities.
Typical taste profiles: Busuioaca wines are known for their aromatic profile, often described as floral and perfumed. They typically exhibit flavors of rose petals, violets, and other floral notes, with hints of sweet spices and fruits such as strawberries and raspberries. Busuioaca wines are usually light to medium-bodied with refreshing acidity, making them suitable for both dry and off-dry styles.
Regional styles: Busuioaca is primarily used to produce still and semi-sweet wines in Romania and Moldova. The wines are often made in a refreshing style with vibrant floral and fruity aromas, and they are typically enjoyed as an aperitif or paired with light, summery dishes. Busuioaca wines are also used in the production of rosé and sparkling wines in some regions