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Description to Montenegro

The Republic of Montenegro on the south-eastern Adriatic coast in south-east Europe with the capital Podgorica covers 13,812 km². The country name Crna Gora means "Black Mountain" and refers to the mountainous country. The state borders Croatia to the far west, Bosnia-Herzegovina to the north-west, Serbia to the north-east, Kosovo to the east and Albania to the south-east. Following a referendum in 1992, Montenegro remained part of Yugoslavia for the time being. After the break-up of Yugoslavia triggered by the war, the remaining state was called Serbia-Montenegro from 2003. Finally, in 2006, Montenegro also became an independent state following a new referendum.

Montenegro - Landkarte, Flagge und Wappen


The most important vineyards are located on terraced southern slopes on the shores of Lake Skutari. Important white wine varieties are Krstač, Smederevka (Dimyat), Ugni Blanc (Trebbiano Toscano) and Župljanka, important red wine varieties are Vranac, Kratošija (Tribidrag), Kadarun and Zizak, as well as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache Noir (Garnacha Tinta) and Carignan Noir (Mazuelo). In 2022, the vineyards covered 2,825 hectares of vines and the wine production volume was 70,000 hectolitres. A major producer is called "Crnogorsko Vranac" after the national holiday on 13 July with the well-known branded wine.

Montenegro - Kathedrale in Podgorica und Weingarten beim Skuratisee

Map: © Goruma
Flag: by B1mbo, - Own work, Public domain, Link
Coat of arms: by Government of Montenegro - Montenegro, Public domain, Link
Cathedral: by Sailko - Own work, CC BY 3.0, Link
Vineyard: by Ramessos - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link

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