A spacious room, which serves as a place for meetings and relaxation for guests and visitors who come to visit us at Mimi Castle as tourists or on business trips. The predominantly wooden room can accommodate up to 50 people at a time.

The library has several shelves where we collect rare books. There is a unique variety of literature, including volumes on wine as well as other areas of public interest. The place is an oasis of relaxation, especially when we plug in the fireplace and our guests can revel in the warmth and light of the burning flames.

The Constantin Mimi Library room is a place that combines comfort with authenticity. We have placed some traditional old carpets in the room. The traditional symbols on the rugs and folk costumes are also found on the pieces of furniture placed at the side of the huge table along the hall.

The soft brown leather furniture complements the room chromatically and gives it a regal style.

Also in the Library room is the office of Constantin Mimi, who built Mimi Castle and was a renowned winemaker more than 130 years ago. In this office, at his desk, Constantin Mimi, who was also the last governor of Bessarabia, signed the most important documents of the time and received visiting personalities of the time.