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Egypt and wines

Publié le par Philippe Josse

The first indisputabe evidence of an organized wine comes from ancient Egypt. Here are 5 or 6 thousand years, orchards wine, were grown on the banks of the Nile, because it was already cut the branchess, build a press, take advantage of the fermentation...

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Viticulture in Israel

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Vineyard on Lount Suba Viticulture in Israel is reflected in the various book of the Bible. She took a resurgence in the 1950s with the arrival of many winemakers from Europe to Israel Biblical period The cluster val Eshkol , in Canaan By tradition ,...

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The Current Lebanon

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Wine in Lebanon , or the birthplace of the wine trade Is the first historic wine producer in the world. For centuries , the region of Zahle, in the center of the Bekas Valley, is renowned for the quality of its grapes , currently , twenty varieties is...

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Vitculture in Bulgaria

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Is it old at least 3000 years .In the LIAd, Homer already spoke , vines of Thrace ( part of present day Bulgaria, Greece & Turkey) and the cult of Dionyusus was born here. The climate & geograpy of Bulgaria near the Black-Sea , are reminiscent of Tuscany....

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Romania & wines

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Romania , is a country in Eastern Europe , the seventh most populous country in the European Union and its minth area is 237 499 Km² Located in central and eastern Europe , geography focuses on the Carpathians, the Danube and the Black Sea. The wine was...

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Viticulture in Ukraine

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Ukraine is the country most of Eastern Europe, excluding Russia ,the vignard is located in the south , nordering the Black Sea. Is heir a long tradition , Vines introduced by the Greek s flourished with the support of Christianity . The Russian Empire...

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Russian Vineyards

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Lies between the northern and westerb end of the moutain range of the Great Caucasus , as well as some of the southern slopes to the west . The northern boundary of the region is the Kuma -Mancych depression . It is bordered by the sea of Azov and the...

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The Cyprus Vineyard

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Cyprus : population 1138071 , Superficie 9251 km² Island of Cyprus , the ancient Egyptians called it " Alachia " the ancient Assyrians " Iatnana" and the Phoenicians " Enkomi" was from Antiquity to the crossroads of important trade flows , assimilating...

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Malta Vineyards

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Malta & Wine like all malta Mediterranean led to the vine Climate: January 9.15° , febuary 9°, March 10° to 16 °, April 12° , May 15° t9 18° , June19° to 27° , Juillet 21° to 30° , August 22° to 27° , September 20° , October 17° to 23 °, November14° ,...

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CHAVAGNAC LAFAYETTE

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Chavagnac Lafayette , Is a French town Wich is not located in a geographical area of production of wine appelation Chavagnaniac Lafayette between Clermont Ferrand and Le Puy en Velay near the RN 102 .Dependent on the arrondissemant Brioude , it is part...

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