SLOVAK VINE REGIONS Slovakia is divided in six wine-growing areas (picture 2): Small Carpathian, Nitrian, South Slovakian, Middle Slovakian, East Slovakian, and Tokay, which is a neighbour of Hungarian Tokay. Each area is divided into several regions named after the most important cities. The only exception is Tokay, which is a part of larger famous area, mostly located in Hungary. Small Carpathians can be divided into three sub-areas. Not only because it is located on nearly 5360 hectares, but also because it is cut by mountain massif. Northern Záhorie is separated from other two sub-area. It is located between river Morava and Small Carpathians, and is famous for it's red vine from Skalica. Most famous producer from this city is VÍNO - MASARYK Ltd. (www.vino-masaryk.sk). Second sub-area is called Small Carpathian Vineyards, and is said to be the best vine-growing part of Slovakia. This small, most western territory of Slovakia, has almost thousand years old vine making traditions. Read more »
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