On National Wine Day, artists promoted conscious consumption of wine.
A number of Moldavian performers performed on the eve at the Great National Assembly Square, as part of the festival timed to the National Wine Day. Thus, the artists decided to support the idea of promoting a millennial culture of wine making, as well as bringing up moderate wine consumption.
Tanya Cherga, singer: “To consume wine is more than just to drink it in your cellar. This is a ritual that is accompanied by delicious food, special packaging. We have many sorts of wine in the country that are worthy to enjoy, in moderate quantities.”
Along with Tanya Cherga, Catalin Josan, Dara’s band, Alex Calancea Band, Natalia Barbu, Adran Ursu and other performers appeared on the scene. The artists sang Moldovan wine in their songs and appealed to the public to support the domestic product.
Catalin Josan, singer: “Moldovan wine is our business card that can impress from the first sip. This drink deserves to be further promoted.”
Adrian Ursu, singer: “If we learn to properly consume and appreciate this drink, Moldova’s wine will remain a living legend forever.”
Closer to 22 o’clock, the Square of the Great National Assembly was lit by a grand firework, which was watched by all those who came on the first day of the holiday to the wine town to discover the Wine of Moldova – a living legend. The evening culminated in an incendiary show of the Zdob și Zdub group, which honored the legend of Wines of Moldova with a watch performance. Guests of the town were entertained and danced to the choir until midnight.
Natalia Shaptefrats, a visitor: “The atmosphere is amazing, our talented artists know how to light the audience.”
Pavel Turcanu, a visitor: “I came here with friends. We enjoyed delicious wine, the range pleased. Well, this beautiful concert was a beautiful conclusion of a wonderful holiday.”
VINMOLDOVA.MD // Press release of the National Bureau of Grapes and Wine