The Macedonian Wine Revolution
by Nic Dumergue
Nov 2000 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Macedonia is the largest of Greece's provinces, situated to the north of the country with Thessaloniki as its business center. The city, second largest in Greece, has been an urban centre and seaport thriving for more than 2000 years, since the time of Alexander the Great. The province is not to be confused with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, which it borders along with Albania and Bulgaria.The region has a very long history of grape cultivation and the region of Drama in Eastern Mac...
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