21-22 November 2020
Novotel Hotel, Bucharest
Over the two days of the event, leading producers invite you to try local cheeses, from all regions of Romania, as well as from countries with a tradition in this area.
And naturally we will pair the cheeses with wines from local and international wineries. Because is this not one of the classic food couples? Wine and cheese enhance each other’s qualities and aromas, offering an unsurpassable culinary pleasure.
The exhibitors at Revino Cheese & Wine Show will come with wines and cheeses for those with a passion for the products as well as Horeca representatives. The tastings will be complemented by themed master classes, delivered by specialists in the field.
Whatever your preferences, we are confident that we have the right cheese and wine for you!
Brânza de burduf is a fermented cheese, dense and pasty, traditionally produced for centuries in mountain sheep pens. It is stored in a bellows made of sheepskin or stomach, pig or buffalo bladder, or tree bark. Although it is commonly found on the Romanian market, few producers still...
Brânza de Țaga (also known as Năsal) is a soft cheese from fermented cow’s milk. It matures in unique microbiological conditions in a natural cave in the Țaga village (which gives it its Romanian name). At the beginning, Țaga cheese was produced solely from sheep’s milk....
GOOD TO KNOW
Cheese is a delicious product, which comes in an array of types, and can be constantly rediscovered. To enjoy it at its best, there are a few basic rules: Don’t try to taste too many different cheeses. Experts recommend five or six types in one sitting. Tasting should take place at...
Cheese plays an important role in almost all the cuisines of the world. It’s a complex food, but also a personal experience. For optimum tasting, there are a few basic rules: Don’t try to taste too many different cheeses. Experts recommend five or six types in one sitting....