Muntenia and Oltenia have a combined area of nearly 104,000 hectares of vineyards. The vines are located mostly here in the hills, the last ramifications of the mountains to the plains – Dealu-Mare, is Romania’s most famous area for red wines. One of the most important wine realm are the domains Oenoterra Dealu-Mare, which have an exceptional southern exposure. The characteristics of the soil, the ideal microclimate, the high position on the hill, make this an ideal area to grow grapes which will turn into wines of great quality.
Ştefăneşti, first mentioned in writing by the Greek historian Diodorus Siculus, in the year 330 BC and in the Wallachian chronicles in 1388, is situated at 10 km from the city of Piteşti. Ştefăneşti cellars predominantly white wines of superior quality, such as: Feteasca Albă, Sauvignon and Italian Riesling, and red wines such as: Feteasca Neagră, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot or Burgund Mare, but also aromatic white wines, such as: Tămâioasa Românească and Muscat Ottonel.