Serbian Wine: Fruška Gora Terroir

Fruska Gora Serbian Wine Danube River

Reading Time: Visiting an old friend. That's what if felt like to revisit the Fruška Gora region and the Vojvodina Wine Show 2019 in Serbia. Fruška Gora was the first region Charine and I visited in the Balkans. You can get a glimpse of our first visit below (thank goodness

Antinori, More than Tignanello

antinori wines more than tignanello

Reading Time: If you consider yourself an Italian wine lover, then you'll likely have a visceral reaction when you hear the name "Tignanello". The internationally coveted Tignanello was released in 1974 with a 1971 debut vintage. It was the first wine produced in Chianti Classico that could not be classified

Hungarian Wines Revisited

Hungarian wines eu revisited

Reading Time: Charine and I are huge fans of Hungarian wines and jump at every opportunity to return to the country and taste. So when hungarianwines.eu invited me to attend their 4-day study trip for the second year in a row, I immediately said yes. The trip included stops in

Istrian Wine Continues to Rise

Croatian Wine Istrian Wine Vinistra

Reading Time: Istria is a heart-shaped peninsula that sits at the top of the Adriatic Sea. Most of the peninsula sits within Croatian borders although there are small parts are in Slovenia and Italy. The region has often been dubbed "The New Tuscany" for its hilltop towns, Italian-influenced cuisine, and