Wine Regions of Europe – Moldova

Moldova won its independence with the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. Its people are ethnically similar to the

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Wine Regions of Europe – Georgia

The oldest evidence of human winemaking comes to us from the country of Georgia and dates to about 6,000 BC.

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Wine Regions of Europe – Romania

Romania has a romance language, deep connections with France, and a wine culture that dates back to the Romans from

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Wine Regions of Europe – Macedonia

The geographic region called Macedonia stretches over northern Greece, part of Bulgaria, and the present-day landlocked country of Macedonia, which

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Wine Regions of Europe – Slovakia

Slovakia produces its wine along most of its southern border with Austria and Hungary. The Malokarpatská, “Lesser Carpathian” wine region,

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Wine Regions of Europe – Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is better known for beer than wine. Some wine is made in the western area of Bohemia,

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Wine Regions of Europe – Bosnia and Herzegovina

The horrible 1992-1995 war in Bosnia-Herzegovina damaged much of the region’s viticulture and it still has not recovered. The Neretva

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Wine Regions of Europe – Serbia and Kosovo

Wine in Serbia goes back to Roman time, but the twentieth century saw the near total destruction of Serbia’s grapevines.

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Wine Regions of Europe – Croatia

The Dinaric Alps split Croatia into two widely different wine regions, both producing primarily white grapes. The interior region, with

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Wine Regions of Europe – Montenegro

An ex-Yugoslav republic on the Adriatic coast across from Italy’s Puglia, Montenegro is dry and mountainous, with a Mediterranean climate.

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