Seven Slovak wines win prizes in Paris

On March 18, the daily Pravda reported that seven among the fourteen wines from Slovakia that took part in the prestigious international exhibition Vinalies Internationales in Paris were awarded prizes. Three received gold and four silver medals; all will be included in the yearbook of the best 1000 wines of the world. SITA

On March 18, the daily Pravda reported that seven among the fourteen wines from Slovakia that took part in the prestigious international exhibition Vinalies Internationales in Paris were awarded prizes. Three received gold and four silver medals; all will be included in the yearbook of the best 1000 wines of the world. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports

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