Contemporary Serbian Wine Scene
I would like to present Serbian wine scene including some of the best producers. You can follow my vinous adventures here: www.winesofbalkans.com
An Overview of Slovenian Wines
Slovenia is very good in whites, especially in international varieties such as Pinot Gris, Sauvignon and Chardonnay. Reds made a big step forward since early 1990s.
My Tasting Notes of 32 Turkish Wines Enjoyed During the #EWBC 2012
Digital Wine Communication Conference has taken place in Izmir, Turkey from November 9-11, 2012.
Şarap Tutkunları (Wine Enthusiasts): Turkish Wines Enter the World Stage
The wine sector is each day growing and developing. We hope the European Wine Bloggers Conference (EWBC12) will make the various components of the Turkish wine sector come together!
Vino Budimir - one of the greatest Serbian wine producers
I visited Vino Budimir Winery a few times and spoke with Ms. Jovana Antović about this great Serbian wine producer.
Harvest 2012 at Vina Carić #Hvar #Croatia
The harvest of white grapes was up to the greatest expectations. When it comes to red grapes, it was tougher, especially at Ivan Dolac region on the southern slopes of Hvar Island.
Turkish Wine Culture
Turkey is one of the birthplaces of Vitis Vinifera along with Armenia and Georgia according to Archaelogists. The first modern winery was established in 1925 after 7 centuries of Islamic rule!
Vinistra 2012 - a superb display of Istrian wine and gastronomy
Vinistra shall celebrate her 20th birthday next year. It all started back in 1994 when only 124 wine samples were sent for the competition.
The Balkans International Wine Competition 2012 only a few days away!
Oenologist Galina Niforou, Managing Director of BIWC 2012, gives the insider's details on what promises to be starting point of Balkan wines offensive of charm towards the wine markets.
10 Reasons to be a part of The Balkans International Wine Competition 2012
Great media coverage of the event - international, regional and national media - guarantees the international recognition of the Festival.