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Milena Stojanović - a student at Bordeaux International Wine Institute (INSEEC)
What is so special about Bordeaux and the French wine culture?

A Montenegrin student at Bordeaux International Wine Institute (INSEEC) writes about her impression of French wine culture & Bordeaux region

A very old Plavac Mali vine from Pelješac, Dalmatia
Winelovers Exploring Pelješac Peninsula - An Ancient Home of Plavac Mali

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015 a group of judges and wine journalists, gathered for the second Dubrovnik FestiWine 2015 festival, visited a charming Pelješac Peninsula for a day!

Great winemaker Andro Tomić, Jelena Bulum from Wine Time Experience & Dušan Jelić from Wines of Balkans... Photo (c) Mina Jevremović
I'll Take You There (to PINK DAY)

One of the most anticipated wine events PINK DAY is behind us. PINK DAY is the first and probably the only gathering of rosé wine producers and lovers in the South Eastern Europe.

Varijanta Aleksandrovic - a rose wine that ladies love so much
Varijanta - Aleksandrovic Winery, Serbia

Varijanta Aleksandrovic. Another name for a rose. Another name for a care. Another name for a celebration.

Leaders of the great Croatian vinous association WOW (Women on Wine) (Pic © Julio Frangen)

Yes, the 3rd international festival of rose wine PINK DAY is tomorrow! It takes place at a very unique venue of timeless charm - Mimara Museum in Zagreb!

Madame Ines Šprem - A Cultural Attaché in the Croatian Embassy in Rome
Ambitious Promotion of Croatian Wines & Culture in Italy!

Ines Šprem is a Cultural Attaché in the Croatian Embassy in Rome, and a protagonist of a few significant wine presentations in Italy that started to change the perception! She talks to Dušan Jelić.

Once Upon a Time at Esplanade Zagreb Hotel

Last Monday at EsplandeZagreb Hotel was held En Primeur tasting of Mavazija, Graševina and Pošip.

Zoran Pejović inside his wine bar 'Paradox' in Split
Zoran Pejović: 'Split could be the Barcelona of the Adriatic!'

Zoran was born in Boka Kotorska (Montenegro). Following his graduation from Rochester Institute of Technology in Dubrovnik, he took some time to travel around the globe.

Teran is a grape variety traditionally grown on the Istrian peninsula comprising three different national territories (Croatia, Slovenia & Italy)
The Importance of Being Teran

The Conference on Teran held on 9th December in Antunović Hotel Zagreb gave valuable insight on the actual conflict between Croatia and Slovenia over the name 'Teran'.

Graševina is a key grape variety and it represents 80% of all 650 ha of vineyards belonging to Vina Belje
Discovering great wines from Vina Belje, Baranja, Croatia

Belje wines are characterized with exciting scents and aromas of a great and powerful river - Danube!

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