The twelfth and last month of the year which took its name from the Latin word December, because for the Romans it was the tenth month of their calendar and from there it took its name

The month when everyone is decorating to welcome Christmas with the lanterns on, festive aromas and flavors flood the table and there is a general feeling of warmth and coziness in the atmosphere.

Apart from Christmas, which dominates in December, with their religious and secular contexts, the so-called “Nikolovarvara”, which include the feasts of St. Barbara (December 4), St. Sava (December 5) and St. Nicholas, have a special place from a religious point of view. (December 6).

It is the most festive month of the year and of course the wine again stars.

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