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Hungary has a very ancient wine culture, as wines from Sopron and Eger were already in the 13th Century concept. The Greeks introduced viticulture in the south-east of Hungary, the Danube and its tributary the Tisza up and the Romans from the west one of the Pannonian plain to the Balaton. Despite Huns, Vandals, Goths, Tatars and Turks invasions over many centuries, has always grown wine. Even the Turks, who held most of the country occupied 160 years, despite suppressed Alcohol ban the wine does not like the increased taxes for it, but the development was inhibited during this time. Charlemagne to the "Awarenwein" hav...
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