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The alsatian vineyard
Alsace and its vineyards experienced both Latin and Germanic influences. The Romans initiated the cultivation of the vine in the region, perpetuated by the Merovingians and the Carolingians. At the edge of the second millennium, some 160 Alsatian localities cultivated vines. The region's wines were among the most prestigious in Europe in the Middle Ages. Today, Alsace is still characterized by a profound attachment and respect for its soils and traditions.
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