Vinarije / Pivovare
“I’m making wine in the vineyard, not in the winery!” Clai will proudly tell you and continue with the story how it is important to know each vine in the vineyard.
Prvi zanatski hrvatski cider dolazi iz Međimurja i radi se strogom selekcijom i uz mnogo pažnje od ručno branih domaćih jabuka.
Consider yourself lucky if you manage to visit this Plešivica’s flagship winery for a tasting with Tomica Tomac or his wife Martina.
In this small village above Mirna river valley, female touch managed to push a small family winery beyond the tradition, creating a style that makes Cossetto wines so easy to understand and recognize.
Vina Laguna’s ambitious, enthusiastic team will surely be a good and knowledgeable host.
Prva splitska craft pivovara stoji iza etikete Barba, a perjanica im je ugodno zagorčeni pale ale.
Najhispterskija pivovara u Zagrebu, s impresivnom paletom piva, ali i odlično mjesto za svirke, DJ nastupe i druženja.
Young winemaker Roberto Tercolo from Nova Vas near Poreč produces Istrian Malvasia in a funky style which young folks will adore. Perfect for people who are just starting to appreciate wine. Full of aromas of exotic fruits and white flowers, with fruity flavours of peach, green apple, pineapple and grapefruit. Excellent with fragrant Asian food,…
Bordeaux blends from Zagorje hills Modern and ambitious, but not too big winery. They have the usual whites typical for Zagorje, but Petrač is quite unique for its mono-variety reds and two Bordeaux blends called Karizma (dominant Cab) and Enigma (dominant Merlot). My favourite is definitely Karizma, a smooth, elegant, well-balanced and rich blend, similar…
Marko Geržinić, a young and gifted Istrian winemaker, is gaining increasing attention with his red wines aged exclusively in stainless steel. Our favorites are Geržinić Teran 2008 and Geržinić Syrah 2009. The first has the typical Teran aroma of violets and raspberries, great acidic backbone, minerality is felt in the nose already, powerful in the…
On 3,8 hectares Ivan Damjanić grows three white and three red grape varieties, of which two indigenous ones, Istarska Malvazija and Borgonja, predominate. Borgonja is produced by maybe only two or three other winemakers in Istria.
Dobri duhovi i pioniri hrvatske craft scene, majstori zahmeljenih aleova i čudnovatih sezonskih kombinacija. Ako je točeno, onda je Nova runda.
In the 17th century many stancijas, isolated farms managed by a family co-ops, were founded all along southern and western Istria. These were “stations” for independent farming of the best produce the land could offer. In other words, each stancija had a complete food sovereignty and was even selling its produce in the nearby towns…