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Romania has a population of 6,000 years of wine history of the oldest wine-producing countries of Europe. The Greek poet Homer mentioned in the 8th century in his Iliad Thracian wine and the historian Herodotus (482-425 v. Chr.) Tells of the wine trade of Greek colonists on the Black Sea coast. German settlers from Saxony lively in the 12th century the wine in Transylvania and in the 18th century, these were the of Maria Theresa (1717-1780) into the country fetched Schwaben. The historic landscape Bessarabia , where there is also for 5,000 years viticulture, was inhabited early 19th century mainly by Romanians. This today ...
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