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Stari vinograd u Februaru.

Pogled na stari vinograd.
Vinograd je poljoprivredno zemljiste koje je zasadjeno sa vinovom lozom i koje se koristi za vinogradarstvo ili proizvodnju grozdja.
Kvalitetu ploda vinograda odlucuju brojni cinioci, kao sto je na primer lokacija, izlozenost suncu, mikroklimatski uslovi i tlo.
Najraniji dokazi proizvodnje vina datiraju između 5000. i 6000. p. n. e. Tehnologiju vinarstva znacajno su poboljsali stari Grci, ali najveci napredak je ucinjen nakon raspada Rimskog carstva sa kultivacionom tehnikom, koja je bila uobicajena u celoj Evropi. U srednjovekovnoj Evropi, Katolicka crkva je bila odana pristalica vina, koje je bilo neophodno za odrzavanje katolicke mise. Tokom dugih nestabilnosti srednjeg veka, katolicki manastiri odrzavali su i razvijali vinogradsku praksu, imajuci resurse, bezbednost, stabilnost i interes za poboljsanje kvaliteta svojih vina. Oni su u svom vlasnistvu imali najbolje vinograde u Evropi, a „vinum theologium“ je smatrano za superiornije u odnosu na sve ostale.
Vinogradi u Evropi bili su zasadjeni raznim vrstama Vitis vinifera grozdja.



Old vineyard in February.

View of the old vineyard.
A vineyard is an agricultural land that is planted with vines and used for viticulture or grape production.
The quality of the fruit of the vineyard is determined by many factors, such as location, exposure to the sun, microclimatic conditions and soil.
The earliest evidence of wine production dates between 5000 and 6000 BC. n. e. Winemaking technology has been significantly improved by the ancient Greeks, but most progress has been made since the collapse of the Roman Empire with cultivation technique, which was common throughout Europe. In medieval Europe, the Catholic Church was a loyal supporter of wine, which was essential for the maintenance of Catholic Mass. During the long instability of the Middle Ages, Catholic monasteries maintained and developed vineyard practices, having the resources, security, stability and interest in improving the quality of their wines. They owned the best vineyards in Europe, and vinum theologium was considered superior to all others.
Vineyards in Europe were planted with various varieties of Vitis vinifera grapes.

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