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Hvar's PZ Svirce earns organic wine gold in Mundus Vini, Germany
Hvar - The renaissance of Hvar wines in Croatia continues, with more international recognition in the form of organic gold in Germany.
Master of Wine Jo Ahearne picks 1st Hvar grapes with Andro Tomic
Jelsa - After moving to Croatia's premier island, Master of Wine Jo Ahearne picks her first grapes on a journey to produce quality Hvar wine.
Interview with new Vinistra President Nikola Benvenuti in Croatia
Pula - The association of winemakers in Istria, Croatia has a new president. Digital Journal went to meet him in Pula to learn more of his plans.
Dalmatian hedonist Andro Tomic puts on Vela Gospa show on Hvar
Jelsa - Andro Tomic, arguably Croatia's most charismatic winemaker, serves up a holiday treat for Vela Gospa on the island of Hvar.
Tourism Minister Darko Lorencin visits Vinski Podrum in Split
Split - From Game of Thrones filming location to wine fair, the impressive cellars of a Roman Emperor's palace in Croatia showcase their diversity.
Dalmacija Wine Expo 2014: Interview with organiser Zoran Paunovic
Split - Croatian wine is on the rise, and this year's Dalmacija Wine Expo will take place in Split for the first time. An interview with organiser Zoran Paunovic.
Wines of Croatia: Tomic vineyard on Hvar best in Central Dalmatia
Jelsa - He was the face of Croatian EU integration with the Prosek scandal, and now it is the vineyards of Andro Tomic in the news.
Rise of Slovenian and Croatian wine: Interview with a wine expert
Zagreb - As Vinocom 2013 opens in Zagreb, this Digital Journalist meets a Slovenian wine expert with an insight into the region's wine potential.
Hvar wines among the medals, as Sabatina 2013 ends in Croatia
Hvar - With the emergence of Croatian wine on the international scene, the focus shifted to the island of Hvar for Sabatina 2103.
Game of Thrones to wine: Roman emperor's cellars in Split Croatia
Split - Split's incredible tourist season continues into mid-October in the impressive 4th century basement of Emperor Dioceltian's palace.
Promoting Croatia wine tourism: Hvar launches Wine Time Traveller
Hvar - Croatia's wine tradition dates back thousands of years, and a new initiative on Hvar allows visitors to sample that rich wine heritage.
Top Croatian wine growers complete Grand Cro tour on Hvar
Hvar - The latest promotion of quality Croatian wines took place on Hvar last night with the final leg of the Grand Cro wine tour.
Wines in Croatia: Tomic plants 1st organic Plavac Mali on N. Hvar
Hvar - With EU entry just months away, the Hvar wine story continues, as Andro Tomic plants the first organic Plavac Mali on northern Hvar.
Croatian wine at Decanter 2012: Hvar's Zlatan Otok takes 3 awards
Hvar - More good news for the Hvar wine industry, as leading producer Zlatan Otok scoops three awards at the Decanter awards in London.
Othmar Stäheli heads Swiss wine delegation to Hvar
Hvar - Hvar's wines continue to impress with the successful visit of a group of 20 wine experts from Switzerland, including the country's leading wine writer.
Improving Croatian wines to bring new dimension with EU entry
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.
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The potential exists to further develop wine tourism in a region with a rich gastronomic history.
Plancic grapes are grown on some of the premier vineyards on the island of Hvar.
While wine was the focus, there were other products on offer, such as Croatia's famous cheeses and olive oils
Staša Cafuta Trček , editor of The Third Wine, at home among the vines.
Stasa Cafuta Trcek
Zlatan Otok is Hvar's most famous wine producer
Winemaker Florencia Gomez at the Plancic winery in Vrbanj
Digital Journal interviews Andro Tomic earlier this month
Traditional konobas, such as Pinjata in Vrboska, are an essential Croatian wine experience.
Vinistra President Nikola Benvenuti (left) with Digital Journal.
Another international organic gold medal for the Svirce Cooperative on the island of Hvar in Croatia.
Croatian Tourism Minister Darko Lorencin extended his visit to the wine fair on a busy day in Split, which included a visit to the Croatia Boat Show.
The sandy vineyards of Lumbarda on Korcula, where Grk is produced.
An aerial view of the largest vineyard on the Mediterranean islands, some 261 hectares, which Plancic has under concession for 50 years
The winemakers of Istria have been well organised since the founding of Vinistra in 1994.
Marija Plenkovic from Vina Caric from Hvar given an interview for the media. Caric is one of the rising stars of the Croatian wine scene, with recent exports to American and Italy.
Catherine Hanley pictured at the Tomic winery in Jelsa, with charismatic vintner Andro Tomic behind
Vinistra is Croatia's most important wine fair each year.
Happier times: Gomez is flanked by director Tomislav Tukic, right, and fellow young winemaker, Ivan Protega.
Hvar's leading producer, Zlatan Otok, presented their new partnership with local football team, Hajduk Split - the Zlatan Hajduk range
One of Croatia's leading producers, Korta Katarina in Orebic.
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