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Banat Novi Sad Pocerina
Srem Subotica-Horgos Southern Morava
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In the 1990s the state was former Yugoslavia by the former self-states on the basis of military events is greatly reduced. After separation of four former states in January 2003 was renamed the remaining territory of Serbia-Montenegro. After a referendum in 2006 was finally Montenegro independent and renamed the remaining balance in Serbia. The autonomous province in the south-facing Kosovo In February 2008, then proclaimed himself as independent. In the region of Serbia took place in the 1990s, barely armed conflict, therefore, the vineyards here remained, unlike some other former Yugoslav states also largely intact. These lie mainly along the rivers Danube , Morava and Timok. In 2007, there were 59 100 hectares of the vineyard, of which 1.7 million hectoliters of wine produced.

The six-growing areas are called Nisava Juzna Morava, Pocerina-Podgora Sumadija-Podgora Timok, as far the greatest area Sumadija-Velika Morava and Morava Zapadna. The oldest and best known vineyard is Zupa, from where the famous red wine Zupsko Crno and the rosé comes Zupska Ruzica. It has to be set primarily on local varieties that are commonly Prokupac (red) and Smederevka (white), others are Kadarka, Krstac, Plemenka, Vranac and Zilavka. International varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Gamay, Pinot Noir, Gewurztraminer, Chardonnay, Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc are becoming increasingly important. In the north of the border with the countries of Croatia , Romania and Hungary is the autonomous Serbian province of Vojvodina (Vojvodina), divided into four wine-growing areas of Banat, Pescara, Srem and Subotica.
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