The “Crama 1777” Museum is a reconstruction of one of the oldest wine cellars in Romania. It existed in the same village until 1985, originally with only one building. The cellar is built of oak beams, with a shingle roof, housing the tools used to make wine. The entrance to the cellar conceals the year the cellar was founded, along with the story of the saw teeth, carved into the wood, and their role in pulling the grapes through the barrel.

The cellar, in the basement of the building, houses a themed wine tasting room. Here you can see barrels and ceramic containers in which wine and brandy were kept. Here, too, guests are introduced to the values of wine. Upstairs there is an ethnographic exhibition entitled ‘The Buds of Life’ where visitors can learn about the legend of the vine and the symbol of the handkerchief from the dowry chest of the country girls.


Valea Călugărească Locality, Prahova County
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Monday – closed;
Tuesday – Sunday: 9AM – 5PM



Adults – 8 RON;
Retired persons – 4 RON;
Students, pupils – 2 RON;