Vinea (soft drink)

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Various flavours of Vinea
Type soft drink
Manufacturer Kofola, a.s.
Country of origin Czechoslovakia
Introduced 1973
Colour white, red, pink
Ingredients must

Vinea is a carbonated grape-based soft drink invented in Czechoslovakia in 1973 by Slovak Ján Farkaš, a biochemist working for the Research Institute for Viticulture and Wine-making in Bratislava. Production of the drink began in 1974. After years of trademark ownership disputes,[1] Vinea was sold to Kofola in January 2008.[2]