Vidin Area / North-West, Bulgaria

  The Danube Terraces, Romania

  South-Banat, Serbia

  Ruse / North-East and Black Sea, Bulgaria

  Pleven, Veliko Tarnavo / North-Central, Bulgaria

  Negotin, Serbia

  Muntenia and Oltenia Hills, Romania

  Morava, Serbia

  Ilok, Croatia

  Fruška gora, Serbia

  Dobrogea Hills, Romania

  Baranja, Croatia

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  Vidin Area / North-West, Bulgaria

  The Danube Terraces, Romania

  South-Banat, Serbia

  Ruse / North-East and Black Sea, Bulgaria

  Pleven, Veliko Tarnavo / North-Central, Bulgaria

  Negotin, Serbia

  Muntenia and Oltenia Hills, Romania

  Morava, Serbia

  Ilok, Croatia

  Fruška gora, Serbia

  Dobrogea Hills, Romania

  Baranja, Croatia

In the lower Danube region viticulture can be traced back to pre-Roman times with the Greeks and Thracians. For the central Danube region wine came with the Roman army as an essential part of soldiers’ rations. The wine part of the Route incorporates the regions which continue the tradition of wine production begun in Roman times. For the indigenous peoples, who lived and worked alongside of the Roman soldiers, one can infer that a way “to act Roman” and in a certain sense “to be Roman” was to acquire a taste for this new beverage from the Mediterranean world.

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