The first wine producer was Skærsøgaard Vin (winemaker Sven Moesgaard) near Kolding in south-east Jutland near the coast (Little Belt). Red wine, white wine and sparkling wine are produced here. Other producers are Dansk Vincenter, Frederiksborg Vin, Vinperlen, Domain Aalsgaard (all on the island of Zealand) and Lille Gadegaard (Bornholm Island). There are over 20 winegrowers. In the beginning the products were only allowed to be marketed as "table wine". In 2007, the EU allowed for the first time to indicate region, vintage and grape variety on the label. However, Denmark's most important alcoholic contribution is the aquavit distilled from potatoes or cereals with the protected designation of origin "Danske". It is possible that Danish viticulture will become more important in the future due to climate change.