For those who haven’t been, Čitluk in Bosnia & Herzegovina is a small town, down in the south of the country rather near to Croatia. While something of a crossroads town with large, leafy trees that shield the streets from the hot summer sun, it also happens to be the main hub of wine production for the country. A number of solid wineries have their vineyards sprinkled about the fields that surround the town, producing the two main varietals: Blatina (a red) and Žilavka (a white). The name Gangaš graces […]
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