While we’re still in the midst of and nearly completed with our new Empordà-Costa Brava enotourism guide, we’ve also picked up a large number of tasting samples from from the Zagreb wine fair. We’ll be putting up tasting notes as well as rundowns of Croatian wine comparisons like “Zlatan Plenković, Entry vs. Top End”, “Crljenak Showdown”, and “Borgonja: It ain’t in France”. With four cases that all made it back safe and sound due to our “patented” traveling with wine system, there’s a lot to get through. We’ll also be putting some time in to an update of our Dalmatia enotourism guide, so keep an eye out for all of this. Delicious times to come from Vinologue HQ!

Bonus points and a round on us in Barcelona to whomever can name the most wines in that photo above. And yes, you would be right if you were to say that a number of them are from Trapan. But, there is also one in that group that isn’t from Croatia.


2 responses to “Let the tastings commence!”

  1. I won’t be a spoiler, cause it’s really not fair…but one of these things is not like the other…Sort of a tall fella.

    Anyhow, I fully expect a round on the house next time I’m in Barca :)

    Looking forward to reading your notes!

  2. Miquel Hudin says:

    Yes, I was a bit worried about that particular fellow in the suitcase. But, more worrying was a bottle of Rosé from Batič as those tapered bottles look great, but I suspect are rather breakable. Needless to say, I introduced my cousins in Slovenian to Batič and they were duly impressed as they had never heard of the winery. And here I thought all Slovenians knew one another…

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