Its vineyards produced the ancestor of Zinfandel, and its modern vintages are attracting international attention and awards. As Croatia enters the EU in 2013, European wine consumers will have several new exciting options.
Vinistra is Croatia's most important wine fair each year.
Central Imotski from the air, including the fortress, what is often listed as one of the strangest football stadiums in the world, and the Blue Lake, whose water level varies by 100 metres and even occasionally dried out, at which point a football match is played between the Elves and the Werewolves (see video below).
Imotski Tourist Board
The wine presentation took place on one of Rome's most exclusive restaurants.
Hvar's leading producer, Zlatan Otok, presented their new partnership with local football team, Hajduk Split - the Zlatan Hajduk range
Presenting the wines of Croatia in Rome in October. Croatian Ambassador Damir Grubisa, Franco Ricci, President of Bibenda, Paolo Lauciani and Alessandro Scorcone, the official sommelier of Palazzo Chigi.
Hvar Wine Association president Ivana Krstulovic Caric has been a driving force for promoting the Hvar wine story since becoming president in 2012. Here she presents the island's wines at the Tomic winery in Jelsa.
The indigenous wines of Croatia have been an important theme on the trip, including Bogdanusa from Caric, which was discovered at the 2013 BIWC in Sofia by British wine writer Jamie Goode, where it won a silver medal.
The sandy vineyards of Lumbarda on Korcula, where Grk is produced.
Antun Plancic with Digital Journal and a representative of the powerful Luksic Group from Chile at a Zagreb wine fair in 2012