Czech winemakers say they can put around 1.75 million bottles of young, so-called St. Martin‛s wine, on the market this year. This is more than half as much again as produced last year. Winemakers say that the boosted production is an achievement given that poor weather this year which gave them around two weeks less time to prepare the wine. The wine is traditionally produced for St. Martin’s day, which falls on November 11, after which is followed a long fast. The wine is the first of the season.
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