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  • Photos
    2010 Vindia s r o

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  • TasteExpo2010Mumbai
    2010 Vindia s r o

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  • regionCZ
    their fruity and fresh aroma is influenced by specific soil climatic conditions of this region The total area of Vinselekt Michlovsky s vineyards is about 130 ha they are located in Mikulovska and Velko Pavlovska sub regions The Pavlov hills in Palava region are among unique natural areas that dominate the surrounding landscape and are the marginal spurs of Alps Climate here is very similar to Mediterranean one and this region is the warmest in South Moravia Palavian flora and fauna are unique that is why here you can find nature reserve under the protection of UNESCO The local warm and dry climate is suitable not just for the members of flora and fauna but along with soil conditions it determines winemaking tendencies as well At the foot of Palavian hills with its limy soils is situated Mikulovska wine region Limy subsoil layer and warm climate of these best Moravian vineyards add to Milos Michlovsky s wines original mineral character special fruity aromas fullness and longitude More than 80 of vineyards are made up by white varieties Traditional varieties such as Riesling Welschriesling and Gruner Veltliner organically supplement Pinot Blanc and Chardonnay varieties that grow very well on limy soils

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  • regionHU
    accounts for half the wine production with vineyards providing erosion control in the vast expanses of sandy soil Wines of quality even of legend come from the pockets of hillside vineyards that dot the arc of mountainous terrain stretching across the country Villány Szekszárd and the Lake Balaton region to the west Eger home of Egri Bikaver the hearty Bull s Blood and Tokaj in the northeast Tokaj Hungary s fabled sweet elixir has emerged from the shadows The vineyards around the city of Tokaj were recognized as special early on and ranked through a formal classification in 1770 a century before Bordeaux received similar treatment No wonder UNESCO has designated it as a world heritage region Tokaj is produced at various levels of sweetness reflecting the proportion of grapes affected with botrytis a noble rot that brings exotic flavors blended into the wine the ultra rare Essencia is made from the pure syrupy juice squeezed from these magical grapes by their own weight Some Tokaj producers have adopted a fresher more modern style of winemaking while others hold to the venerable tradition of long barrel aging and deep amber coloration either way great Tokaj is in a class by itself As it has for centuries Hungary today brings something to the table for every wine taste and every wine lover Current Trends In step with broader European winemaking trends red grapes have been on the rise in recent decades Renewed interest in the indigenous Hungarian Kadarka and common Central European varieties like Blaufränkisch Kékfrankos and Zweigelt has blossomed alongside plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon Pinot Noir and other international varieties Matching the range of red grapes to the right regions and improving practices in the vineyard and winery has yielded excellent single variety bottles that can compete on the international

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  • regionSK
    than three thousand years Vineyards are planted on southern southwestern and south eastern slopes and plains of the Lesser Carpathian mountain range and in locality Záhorie on the surface of 5 819 hectares Južnoslovenská Southern Slovakian wine region situated north from river Danube It is warmest part of Slovakia and 5 283 hecatares of registered vineyards are planted on loess uplands sporadically on fat silty clay soils with good water holding which are suitable for growing of red grape varieties Nitrianska Nitra wine region can be considered as the most miscellaneous with the highest number of each other distinct but locally specific vineyards grown on 3 941 hectares These specific soil conditions are affecting variousness of planted grape varieties Stredoslovenská Central Slovakian wine region comprise of 2 448 hectares of mainly less than 1 hectare single vineyards located in warm area between Hont and Gemer Wines are distinguished by higher and more persistent aromatic quality what is considered as one of the main characteristics of the region Východoslovenská Eastern Slovakian wine region has 1 733 hectares of vineyards planted on the slopes of volcanic mountain range Vihorlat and on the undulated edge of the East Slovakian lowland in the southern

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  • ZvÃ Ä Å iÅ mapu

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