Alira Wine tasting and design Hansen
Event, Bucharest, July 8, 2015
Because wine is so well associated with the design and especially on summer evenings, the event took place Alira design Hansen Wine tasting and wine tasting Event at a tasting of Alira wine on the terrace of the Hansen office.
Wednesday, July 8, at 19.30, on the Hansen terrace office held Alira Wine tasting:
* Alira Rose 2013 named best red wine from Romania to confer Tastevin Wine;
* Alira Tribune in 2011, fresh, aromatic, able to satisfy all tastes, wine ‘vox populi’;
* Alira Grand Vin Cuvee, black pearl Alira wines.
Not only has the flavor and texture wine, but also design, but what you have learned on the spot, participating in the event.
Alira Wine is a boutique winery located in the South-East of the country, with only 80 ha and a renowned French winemaker, fell in love with Romania, Marc Dworkin. Alira cellar activity is directed towards the creation of special wines, combining modern technology with traditional methods.
Hansen Office Design promotes good taste and spaces with positive energy on the Hansen Court, and he had it all.
Alira Wine tasting and design Hansen Event, Bucharest, July 8, 2015 – Facebook Event
About Hansen office design
Hansen is a contemporary brand that breathes design, founded by Diana Blind Liviu Souca. Nordic origins are much older.
In 1880, the grandfather of Diana, Dane Hansen, coming in Braila brought by a contract in his furniture business. In love with a women from that city, decided to sit in the cosmopolitan and thriving city, which was then Braila. He opened a furniture workshop, which had no lack of customers, nor in Braila, or from neighboring towns.
Back in our day, Diana and Alan Hansen chose the name for to honor the memory of his great-grandfather, and his resonance Nordic design synonymous with simple, functional, beautiful and durable.
Hansen founders, along with Hansen team make the design a concern continues both trips, discovering the city proper, but also at work. Their goal is to propose solutions to spatial working to quality, ergonomics, inspiring and create a pleasant working environment.
The story of the Alira Wine
In Romania one says that it is the man who sanctifies the place. But sometimes the place already has everything it needs. When a man finds such a place, he takes care of it with love, passion and attention to detail, thinking about the future and what will be harvested from this land.
Such a place is from where ALIRA wines capture their essence, a countryside where the heat from Dobrogea meets the valley of the Old Danube forming the perfect alliance necessary for great viticulture. The potential of this area was discovered by our ancestors, Geto – Dacians circa 2000 BC. Winemaking has long being a huge tradition in this area. A revival took place a decade ago, when the famous French wine expert Marc Dworkin foresaw the strength and the complexity of wine produced from these local vines. Together with wine enthusiast and businessman, Dr. Karl Hauptmann, Dworkin decided to change the face of the Romanian wine and the arid lands at ALIMAN, by developing a viticulture-viniculture project here, as part of an international programme also involving Bulgaria and China. The purpose is to produce wine based on the bordelaise philosophy, while respecting the local specifics.
The wine was named “ALIRA”, as a tribute given to the communities of Aliman and
Rasova, near which the new vineyard was planted.
This bond between the Romanian terroir and the inspiration of a great wine expert has revealed its potential from the moment the first wine was launched on the market – “ALIRA” Merlot 2009. A genuine “fist in the velvet glove” which describes about the transparent way in which it displays a fullness and density which is difficult to be found in other Romanian Merlots. The wines that have followed, either blends or varietals, met the expectations. Be it a Cabernet Sauvignon or a Fetească Neagră, a Rose, Tribun or a Cuvée Red Cliff, be they wines in the high-end range of the ALIRA Grand Vin, the wine tasters have experienced the passion, dedication, competence in the glass and, above all, a great wine.