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In the year 1993 from the former common state Czechoslovakia , the two independent states of Slovakia and Czechia formed. The wine has a common history. The wine regions of Slovakia are mainly located in the east to the borders with Austria and Hungary. The vineyards along these boundaries form an approximately 60 kilometer long strip and lie on the northern edge of the European wine-growing area. They are located mostly on the Danube river Hron, Nitra and Väh around the capital Bratislava. There is moderate continental climate with hot summers and cool winters with precipitation input. In 2007, there were 17 600 hectares of the vineyard, of which 363 000 hectolit...
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