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#DrinkGreekWineWeek – what do you have in your glass #winelover?

We all heard about Greece’s financial crisis, haven’t we? So, let’s talk instead about something that is close to our heart: WINE #DrinkGreekWineWeek. What is it? “Wine knows no boundaries, religion, sex or colour. Wine unites and creates long-lasting friendships from all walks of life, across the whole globe. In a difficult time for my […]

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Vranac or Vranec? It doesn’t matter, you will love them both!

Vranac (Serbian and Croatian) or Vranec (Macedonian) means “black stallion”. With a name like this, you can assume that this is a grape variety that is capable of producing very powerful wines. According to Jancis Robinson MW on her book “Wine Grapes” co-written with Julia Harding MW and José Vouillamoz “it is the most important […]

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My three favorite wineries from the Republic of Macedonia.

  Earlier this year (January) I had the opportunity to visit the Republic of Macedonia for the first time. For those of you who don’t have any idea where it is, the Republic of Macedonia is bordered by Serbia to the north, Bulgaria to the east, Kosovoto the northwest, Greece to the south, and Albania to the west. In other words: In […]

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