Along with the wine growing and winemaking story, the Brzica family are developing a tourism story, winning in 2015 the Sunflower of Rural Tourism award as the best family estate in wine tourism
Some people, including Domagoj Klasiček, the owner of the Iuris Winery from Aljmaš say that Aljmaš and Dalj are the places with most sunshine throughout the year, not Hvar. Although I’m not sure that the statistics would support their claim, another claim is supported by hard facts: wines have been made in that region, and it has been documented, since the Roman times, as we know that Roman emperor Hadrianus tried to ban vineyards in the region around 100 AD (we have no idea why!).
“As I was the first to begin producing Grk, and the old saying says no one got famous in his own village, such was the case with my Grk"
"Living in Runović means constant contact with vines, as we are surrounded by vineyards, so without exaggeration we can all say we were born in the vineyard. And with a football”
"It’s a movie story – Americans discover roots of their Zinfandel at Wild West hero's vineyard!"
The Croatian winemaker who is considered a key driver in moving New Zealand's wine industry away from hybrid grapes to classic varieties in pursuit of higher-quality wines: Nikola Nobilo
Continuing our series of interviews with Croatian winemakers called "2 in 8 interviews": Ivo Brzica, owner of the Brzica Winery from Erdut.
All of the interviews in the series are going to be similar, with 8 same questions and 2 questions tailored specifically for each winemaker (those two will be easy to spot, as they will be coloured differently).
Full of impressions the WOW girls agreed this was one of the nicer outings where they met hard-working winemakers and their families
A rare story of a piece of land that has had the same owners since 1066, vineyards at an elevation of 8 meters above sea level, Plavac Mali, Tribidrag and Pošip in Northern Dalmatia.