The estate inherited an old plot in the vineyard, planted with Tamaioasa Roza, dating back from the 1900s. This grape is part of the Muscat family and a relative of Muscat Rouge de Frontignan, which was once cultivated in the South of France but seems to have disappeared. The multiplication of Tamaioasa Roza was made by using the 2000 plants which survived in Segarcea since the 1900s. There are currently 14 ha planted with this grape. The Muscat grapes come in three varietals - white, red and black – of which the red is found in Segarcea.