Blurring borders in eastern Europe
10 Nov 2004 by JR
Patricia, UK (and Prague): I was fascinated by David Schildknecht's comments on Austro-Slovenian wines . We have vague memories of being driven across the (unpatrolled, equivalent to a minor B-road in the UK ) border from Styria to Slovenia during an Austrian visit in 1993 and another similar between "Friuli" (I use the term loosely) and Slovenia in 1992. Both (un-named) growers actually owned vineyards on both sides of these European/non-EU borders and amalgamated...

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