Intuition and vision
Passionate about wine, the businessman Dr. Karl Hauptmann wanted a cozy vineyard, in a country he fell in love at first sight: Romania. Finding this paradise was a mere chance. After the first land surveyed proved to have too much salt in the ground, the team, on their way back, passed through the Dobrogea area.
Then Marc Dworkin, the French enologist sent by Karl, saw the sunny hills of Aliman in the car. He stopped and searched quietly and closely the place where, at that time, a large maize field was lying. It's one of his talents to feel the breath of the earth. After a while, that place would host and enjoy superb rows of vines.
The intuitive selection of the terrain was just the beginning of a thorough study. However, the detailed soil analyzes sent to laboratories in France have only confirmed Marc Dworkin's talent for wine and wine. He was right!
Now the paradise of Aliman is complete.