Macedonia is covered by mountainous territory marked by deep basins and valleys. There are three large lakes, Ohrid lake, Prespa lake and Dojran lake, each divided by a frontier line, and the country bisected by the Vardar River. Several low mountains, valleys and ravines are specific relief form in this region of Vardar River Valley region, where major wine production is done. The relief of the valleys in the Vardar geotectonic zone is heterogenic. Morphologically it’s characterized with low altitude, insignificant vertical fragmentation, mild slopes and different geological content (prevailing of clastic rocks). Due to its specific climate, vegetation and hydrographic conditions, Vardar River Valley has soil coverage, with predomination of: aluvial, deluvial, cinemonic soils and rendzinic soils.