TIMBRUS own vineyards are situated in the legendary Purcari region at the South-East of Moldova. At the beginning of the 19th century foreign colonists were creating excellent wines there that were considered to be highly competitive with the French samples.
Over the centuries Purcari winemaking region kept its main treasure –unique terroir stretched over the Dniester River valley.
There are specific drained soils in this region, the so-called loamy chernozemic soils. Searching for water vine roots go deep into the ground, which enables wine producers to grow traditional, highly precious grape varieties. Vicinity of the Dniester River creates very convenient climate conditions for vine, protecting it from severe frost in winter as well as from extreme heat in summer. Therefore, grapes ripen gradually, without a damage of extreme temperature changes being saturated with all the necessary components that enrich the future wines with the sunshine and richness of local soil.