The first wine of the season, the so-called Saint Martin’s wine, goes on sale on Wednesday in the Czech Republic. The day of Saint Martin, which is celebrated in the country on November 11, has become an occasion for winemakers to present their young wines. First bottles of Saint Martin were opened at 11 am on Wednesday at events all over the country. In Prague, the main festivities are being held in Náměstí Jiřího z Poděbrad. Over two million bottles of Saint Martin’s wine have been produced this year.
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