Denmark gets its first ”AOC”

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Perhaps a slight exaggeration – Denmark has had approved four regional denominations for its wines. According to European regulations a “new” wine district must first prove its capability of producing quality wines before getting the right to use a geographically specific denomination (initially it is simply “table wine”). Denmark has now graduated from “table wine” to four regional denominations: Jutland, Fyn, Sjaelland and Bornholm. There are 26 registered wine producers sharing a grand total of 20 hectares. So one hopes that this promotion won’t cause a surge in demand, because there aren’t that much wine to go round… www.wine-business-international.com

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