Introducing Frumushika-Nova family winery

Introducing Frumushika-Nova family winery

The Frumushika-Nova family winery was established in the summer of 2006 when Oleksandr Palariev started building the Center of Green Tourism, Ethnography and Family Vacation on the ancestor's land. Before 1946, the Palariev family lived and made wine on the territory of Frumushika-Nova village. However, the Soviets settled out all citizens of Frumushika and another five villages to build the military facilities.

Nowadays, a family winery has 10 hectares of vineyards, whereas a modern winery produces about 35K bottles of wine using organic techniques.

Frumushika-Nova is more than wine. Today, this is a family recreation centre with the "Bessarabian village of Frumushyka-Nova" where visitors can get acquainted with the national courtyards of the 19th-20th centuries, with the unique culture of the Ukrainian, Moldavian, and Bulgarian, Gagauz, German, Jewish peoples. Also, this is one of the largest sheep farms in Europe for breeding Karakul sheep, producing soft pickled cheese prepared according to a traditional recipe.

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