Dilbazi Wine House in Azerbaijan, which is on the way to regain the fame it once gained in the field of viticulture and winemaking, has decided to take its own place in the Wine House. Dilbazi Wine House aims to take a decent place in foreign markets while applying new technologies in this field. The natural climatic conditions of the Khanlyklar village of Gazakh, the amount of annual precipitation, temperature indicators, the results of the analyzes conducted in the relevant laboratories of the soil samples taken from different parts of the area show that there are opportunities for growing high-quality and productive grape varieties here. At the stages of selection of seedlings suitable for local conditions, planting, provision of agrotechnical care, grape collection and processing, there are constant consultations with specialists of European and Georgian companies specialized in the field of viticulture. All these are the determining factors that will organize the production and sale of high-quality wine products of Dilbazi Wine House that can easily compete in the market.

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In the 1970s and 1980s, the area of grape plantations in Azerbaijan was constantly expanded, a large number of wine processing and production plants were built and put into operation, which led to the improvement of the material well-being of the people. But in the 90s, as in a number of fields, viticulture faced the threat of complete destruction. Almost 70-80% of existing gardens were canceled due to certain reasons. Those lands were even left out of cultivation for a while. In the 1970s and 1980s, there were 4,000 hectares of vineyards in Gazakh, as well as 6 wine processing enterprises. Currently, there are more than 300 hectares of vineyards in Kazakhstan. Most of these gardens were built in the last 6-7 years. Besides being one of the ancient homelands of viticulture, Gazakh is one of the areas where industrial viticulture was first developed in Azerbaijan. The German colonizers who settled in Kazakhstan at one time developed the winemaking industry. The population living in this region purposefully engaged in viticulture and gave nature dozens of valuable local grape varieties that occupy an important place in Azerbaijan. In the past, high-quality dessert wines were produced from technical grapes grown in the plains of the region.


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