An opportunity that should not be missed to taste the best Škrlet wines right in the region where they are grown, in Ivanić-Grad, as the Šklet wine makers association joins the Pumpkin festival - Bučijada held there this weekend.
Spring seems to be the Croatian high-season for wine festivals, which makes sense, because everyone wants to present the best of their wines ahead of the tourist season which is (no matter what the weather might currently be telling us) the most important time for Croatian winemakers – in terms of selling their wines.
As May approaches, lovers of wine, especially Malvazija in Croatia know that Vinistra, the festival of Istrian wine, also approaches.
This year, in 2017, Urbanovo wine festival will finally be able to have a glass of wine legally, since it is turning 18!
As we've already announced, this week Dubrovnik FestiWine is taking place.
One of the events leading up to this year's Urbanovo, a presentation of Međimurje wines in Zagreb.
The first international conference on one of the most importan Croatian wine varieties.
The first Zadar Wine Festival is taking place on 31st March and 1st April in Zadar’s Arsenal, 500 year old monument, building that has in the past proven to be a perfect venue for similar events.
When you get into writing about wine in Croatia, you don’t expect you’ll be writing a lot of articles on various races - but when the series of races is called "Run, eat, drink" they are something we need to write about.