Sopron wine region
|Official name||Soproni borrégió
|Total area||4280 ha|
|Size of planted vineyards||1890 ha|
Sopron wine region (Hungarian: Soproni borrégió) is one of the seven larger wine regions of Hungary, consisting of only one wine region (Soproni borvidék). It is linked to the neighbouring Burgenland in Austria from a geographical, cultural and viticultural point of view. It is mainly a red wine producing region, the main variety of which is Kékfrankos. Wine production dates back to Roman times.
|Sopron wine region||4280||3236||1890|