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The republic in Southeastern Europe on the Balkan Peninsula was formerly part of and from 2003 an autonomous province of , In February 2008, she proclaimed herself independent by parliamentary decision. Kosovo is divided into the two wine-growing areas Juzni and Severni. The vineyards covered before the war about 10,000 hectares of vineyards, especially the red wines Cabernet Franc . Gamay and Pinot Noir as Riesling , On the border to grows the well-known brand wine Amselfelder (Kosovsko Vino). The vineyards and many wineries are after the years of confusion only in the construction again.