Registration for the Purcari Wine Run is declared open! Amateur athletes who wish to participate in the first official 10 km trail race on the Purcari grape fields must fill out the registration form and pay the entry fee.
The price of participation in Purcari Wine Run is 15 euro – “Package standard”, and 26 euro – “Package degustation included”.
“Package standard”: starter pack, which includes the participant’s number, electronic chip, an official T-shirt and a backpack. All finishers will receive a memorable medal.
“Package degustation included”: starter pack, which includes the participant’s number, electronic chip, an official T-shirt and a backpack. All finishers will receive a memorable medal. After finish, participants will have the possibility to get on a tour about the Purcari complex, as well as taste the 5 types of wine of the Purcari wine company, and snacks.
The number of participants in the Purcari Wine Run is limited to 300 people!
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