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Hungarian wines presented in Berlin

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Some 50 Hungarian wines were presented at the Berlin Hungarian Harvest in cooperation with the Agricultural Marketing Center (AMC) and the Hungarian Embassy in Berlin, writes origo.hu.

According to the information, the Hungarian Harvest in Berlin, held for the 11th time this year, is now included in the Hungarian Wine Business Program.

Germany is one of the most important export markets of the Hungarian agricultural sector, based on a trend of the past five years, wine exports to this market continue to be stable around EUR 17 million per year.

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