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Description to Malta
The south-east European island state lies around 90 kilometres south of Sicily, the coast of Africa is 290 kilometres away. Malta has been an EU member since 2004 and is divided into the three inhabited islands Malta (246 km²), Gozo (67 km²) and Comino (3 km²) as well as the uninhabited islands Cominotto, Filfla and St. Paul's Islands. The Phoenicians settled the island around 800 BC and introduced viticulture. This was continued by the Romans from 200 B.C. when they occupied the island. The Knights of the Order of St. John (the later Knights of Malta) mainly produced mass wine during their reign from the 16th to the 18th century.
In 2007, following the Italian example, the DOK (Denominazzjoni ta' Oriġini Kontrollata) system of origin was introduced, with the areas of Malta and Gozo each with the Superior level. The analytical and sensory quality tests are carried out by the accredited Italian Enoteca di Siena. The grapes for the IGT wines = country wines (Indikazzjoni Geografika Tipika) can come from all islands. Grapes, and wine are also imported from Italy and processed with local wines. Well-known producers are Camilleri Wines, Delicata, Marsovin, Meridiana (supported by Antinori), Monte Kristo and Ta Betta.