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Though it flies under the radar, Montenegro has a solid winemaking history, with the Romans producing wine here in the 2nd Century. The smallest of the Balkan countries, its dry, mountainous terrain (Montenegro translates to “Black Mountains”) plays perfect host to the indigenous Vranac grape—a thick black grape that features in many Montenegrin reds. Visit the Bay of Kotor, surrounded by steep rising mountains, and Skadar Lake—the largest lake in the Balkans. There’s ample opportunity to sit in rustic restaurants scattered throughout the countryside and sample unique wines with traditional Montenegrin dishes, like the famous Njegusi prosciutto (Montenegro’s national dish).

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