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Slovenia is wine-growing country

The wine-growing region of Slovenia is divided into three countries and nine districts. The largest part of the total area of vineyards in Slovenia is in the wine growing region of Podravje, and the largest wine growing region of Styria is also in it. Nearly half of this area is planted with varieties of Laški rizling, Sauvignon, Rhine Riesling and Chardonnay. The second largest is the wine-growing region of Primorje. It is divided into four wine-growing districts: Goriška Brda, Vipava Valley, Karst and Slovenian Istria. The third largest in the wine country is Posavje; It is divided into three wine-growing areas Bizeljsko – Sremič, Bela krajina and Dolenjska. The following varieties of grapes are predominant: velvet, blue frank, russian and russian. Following the consumption of wine, Slovenes with an average of 43 liters per capita were third in the European Union. We are lagging behind only for the Portuguese, they drink an average of 48 liters per capita, and the Luxembourgians, who on average drink more than 50 liters per capita. The European average is 23.9 liters per capita. In average, the least amount of wine is consumed in Poland, only 2.1 liters per capita, which is almost twenty times less than in our country.The vineyard is painted in the Bizeljsko wine region where the vines of Laški rizling are grown

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    • Thanks for viewing and friendly comment….I can not comment on this because I have not drunk Georgian wine … but I do not think it’s better than our French and Spanish wines

    • Thanks for viewing and kind comment, my friend….I believe that you also have excellent wine in Australia … unfortunately, he does not know … I do not remember to ever try it

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