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Archive: February, 2018

HOW DO BULGARIANS CELEBRATE SAINT TRYPHON’S DAY?

During the month of February, an exhibition was shown  at the Ethnographic Museum in Plovdiv to depict folk traditions related to St Tryphon’s Day celebration.

PHOTO STORY: SAINT TRYPHON’S DAY IN SERBIAN VINEYARDS

The Day of St. Valentine is celebrated in numerous countries on 14th February. However, on this particular day, Serbia celebrates a holiday dedicated to wine and vine, equally celebrated by vinegrowers, wine-makers and restaurant & cafe owners across Serbia, as well as numerous winelovers.

WOULD YOU DRINK WINE FROM A BABY BOTTLE?

Paris, Montmartre, street musicians, wine, couples in love, artists on the street, romantic bistros and restaurants. This is how most of us imagine a visit to the French capital. However, one of the local attractions of Montmartre is a tiny restaurant that serves wine in baby bottles instead of glasses.

ARMENIAN BATTLE FOR KARAS AMPHORAE

Armenia is one of the cradles of wine production where wine has been made for centuries in traditional clay amphorae called karas. Unfortunately, in modern Armenia, this traditional craftsmanship is almost extinct.

JON BON JOVI VENTURES INTO WINE BUSINESS

Starting from this spring, wine lovers in the United States will have an opportunity to taste rosé from the south of France with Jon Bon Jovi’s signature. Thus he joined a crowd of celebrities who used their name and fame in the show business, sports, acting or music to venture into wine business by creating their own wine […]

I ROAMED AROUND LEVAČ AND REACHED LASTAR WINERY

While the winding road is taking us to the village of Sekurič, autumnal landscapes and locals from the nearby villages who stop their work curiously turning their head to see who’s arriving by car remind me of scenes depicted on Janko Braštić’s paintings, certainly the most famous artist from Rekovac.

GAJA EXPANSION: ALTA LANGA IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Alta Langa covers hilly areas in the municipalities of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo, in the north of Piedmont. It is also a recent Italian DOCG appellation, established in 2011 which centers its identity around sparkling wines made by traditional (classical) method.