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Defining Prošek

by  |  26-09-2011

It’s often the case that Dalmatian Prošek is confused with Italian Prosecco, but they are nothing alike (Prošek is a sweet, dessert wine while Prosecco is a sparkling wine) and they share no grapes in... more » It’s often the case that Dalmatian Prošek is confused with Italian Prosecco,... more »

Croatian wine tasting at the Barrel Room

by  |  23-08-2011

Last night we had the pleasure to attend a nice overview of Croatian wines at newly-opened the Barrel Room (more) in San Francisco. We were mainly along for the ride given that we focus on... more » Last night we had the pleasure to attend a nice overview of... more »

The Dingač

by  |  15-08-2011

There’s been a flurry of activity lately in regards to Croatian wines and more specifically, the Croatian wine growing region of Dingač. This is typical for this summer holiday time of year as people head... more » There’s been a flurry of activity lately in regards to Croatian wines... more »

Dingač 2009 Pelješac Plavac Mali

by  |  25-07-2011

Despite what is now years of promotion, Croatian wines are still a relatively unknown although more and more people are being exposed to them. Naturally, the difficulty in this is that people are unfamiliar with... more » Despite what is now years of promotion, Croatian wines are still a... more »

Visiting Vinarija Bartulović

by  |  15-07-2011

When you twist and turn along the road up Pelješac, you eventually come to the village of Prizdrina which is the home of Bartulović winery. It quickly becomes obvious that the son, Mario, has been... more » When you twist and turn along the road up Pelješac, you eventually... more »