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Archive: October, 2016

DECODING AN ADVERTISEMENT

Accidentally, I came across a copy of the Serbian daily newspapers from the period preceding the World War II. While I was leafing through them, page with classifieds grabbed my attention.

SCREENING: WINE PREMIERE

 Serbian wine scene is amazingly spry. Despite limited purchasing power of an average Serbian wine lover and ever growing competition in the market, wineries manage to make a difference and generate new ideas to present their wines.

SIZE MATTERS?

Imagine this kind of scenario: wine industry develops, a winery continuously improves quality of its wines, makes more profits. Ambitions grow, so the winery expands vineyards and increases its production capacity.

CHATEAU PAPE CLEMENT

During my stay in Bordeaux this year as the winner of Millesima Blog Award 2016, I had an opportunity to visit Château Pape Clément in Pessac, one of the oldest Grand Crus in Bordeaux.

14.10.2016 – PROKUPAC DAY

Calendar system is inevitably linked to human civilization. Ever since the Bronze Age, people have been trying to record events, primarily in order to be able to understand changes in the nature and plan agricultural work.

UNWRITTEN WINE HISTORY OF SERBIA

Modern wine history of Serbia is still waiting to be told. Occasions when we taste aged archive wines are still rare, and so are the vertical tastings which help us understand better the potential of each vine-growing region.