Wines of Croatia News Round-Up: 24 Oct. – 30 Oct. 2011


Compiled by Cliff Rames, 30 October 2011

In case you missed anything, here is a round-up of the past week’s links to the news articles, blog posts and videos that highlighted Croatia, its wine or wine culture. This feature will be published every Sunday. Cheers!

 

1) Alexr Redfern: Wine of the Week – Roxanich Antica Malvazija 2007

October 25, 2011

A review with tasting notes of a benchmark, skin-macerated Malvazija wine from Istria.

 

 

2) Vintage Holidays: Oz Clarke and Wine in Istria

October 26, 2011

Renowned wine writer Oz Clarke puts Croatia firmly on the worldwide map of producing quality wine.

 

 

3) Come for the Wine: Croatia Series Part 1- Bibich

October 26, 2011

Marcy Gordon falls under the spell as she discovers “wine-pairing heaven” at Bibich winery in Skradin, Croatia.

 

 

4) Shermans Travel: Six Regions for Wine-Inspired Romance

October 28, 2011

The Pelješac peninsula in Croatia makes Sherman’s Travel’s list of “Six Regions for Wine-Inspired Romance”.

 

 

5) Schiller Wine: Dinner with Frank Dietrich and Zsuzsanna Molnar from Blue Danube Wine

October 28, 2011

A profile of Frank Dietrich and Zsuzsanna Molnar from Blue Danube Wine Company, a leading importer/distributor/retailer of Croatian wines in the U.S.

 

 

6) Taste of Croatia: 2009 Boskinac Gegic from the Island of Pag

October 30, 2011

Wine enthusiast eNOgAStrObRUtaL reviews Boškinac 2009 Gegić, a white wine made from an indigenous grape variety cultivated only on the island of Pag.

 

 

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