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Wait, does Lithuania grow a lot of grapes? Not really. So what is this wine made of? And that’s where the surprising part comes in! Here you can have everything from apple and blueberry wines, not to mention the dark black currant and cherry wines.

Ready to uncork a bottle of something truly special? Lithuania's wine might surprise you. But wait, does Lithuania grow a lot of grapes? Not really. So what is this wine made of? And that’s where the surprising part comes in! Here you can have everything from apple and blueberry wines, not to mention the dark black currant and cherry wines. Whatever your choice, you can expect a vibrant, fruity palate with hints of earthy undertones, all wrapped up in a sweet or semi-sweet finish that lingers on the tongue. While some of the flavours might seem novel for the amateur sommelier, there are layers of history behind Lithuanian berry wine. Anykščių Vynas, one of the largest wine producers, was established in 1926, and in 2005, it launched a line of wines called Voruta, which takes inspiration from some of the recipes perfected in the 1920s and 1930s. The fruit and berry wines not only pair well with traditional Lithuanian dishes, but are also a great souvenir, alongside mead – the strong honey liquor that is probably as old as the country’s roots.

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