More good news for the image of Croatian wine on the international stage, as readers of USA Today named Croatia the fifth best wine region to visit in the world. And who are we to disagree…
Visiting is one thing, learning about the wines once there is quite another.
With more than 130 indigenous grape varieties, and several wine labels which do not even have vowels, the road to a true appreciation of the wines of Croatia can be a daunting journey.
Fortunately, help is at hand…
Paradox Wine and Cheese Bar, the first wine bar to open in Split, has done an admirable job in not only promoting the very best of Croatia’s diverse wines in its list, but also working extremely hard to promote Croatian wine through education, including inviting some of the country’s top producers to present their wines at Paradox. Among those who have appeared so far this year…
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And even if there is no organised tasting on the day you choose to visit, pop in anyway – the wine knowledge of all the staff is impressive indeed, as is the Croatian wine selection, a more than ideal way to discover why Croatia has been named in the world’s top wine regions to visit.