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TWO WEEKS WITH HVAR – THE ISLAND OF WINE – WINELIFE / VINO U SRIDU & SPLIT RESTAURANTS
With its diversity of microclimates, this pearl of the Adriatic is capable of producing magnificent
wines of different styles from the indigenous Dalmatian varieties, some of which are not found
anywhere else, except Hvar.
Find Hvar wines in Split restaurants:
Diocletian’s Wine House
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In the courthyard of the Split City Museum this July 5th you can taste Bogdanjuša, from the
Carić winery, the autochthonous Hvar variety. A light, fresh, crispy white wine that was a part
of the religious feasts, as the name suggests. Beleca from the Tomić winery , has a rich and
sweet bouquet. It is produced from Pošip,the most important Dalmatian white variety, and
Bogdanuša. Both varieties create the perfect harmony in which Bogdanuša gives lightness and
freshness, and Pošip gives strength and body. Opolo rosé from Zlatan Otok winery – the most
important red Croatian variety, Plavac Mali, here gives an aromatic, fruity, summer wine. Plavac
2718 from the Duboković winery suggests the name of the number of sunny hours in the year
that the Island of Hvar refeives. The sun and heat are felt in each drop. This beautiful wine will
be followed by the snacks prepared by the Diocletian’s Wine House restaurant. You can also
taste these wines them from July 3 to July 10 in one of Winelife’s partner restaurants.
On July 12 (Split City Museum) , we will enjoy the following wine selection from this sunny island:
Winery Vujnović and his Prč,
Bogdanjuša of winery Pinjata,
Rosina of Jo Ahearne MW (Darnekuša grape variety)
and Plavac deluxe PZ Svirče (Cooperative Svirče)
With carefully designed snacks from UJE oil bar.
You can also taste these four wines from 10 to 17 July in one of Winelife’s partner restaurants.
DVA TJEDNA UZ HVAR OTOK VINA – WINE LIFE / VINO U SRIDU I SPLITSKI RESTORANI
Svojom mikroklimatskom raznolikošću ovaj biser Jadrana sposoban je podariti veličanstvena vina različitih stilova autohtonih dalmatinskih sorti od kojih neke ne nalazimo nigdje osim na Hvaru. Hvarska vina putuju diljem svijeta zahvaljujući brojnim turistima koji posjećuju ovaj predivan otok.
Udruga Hvarski vinari predstavit će se tijekom dva tjedna sa svojim biserima, u splitskim restoranima :
Diocletian Wine House
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U dvoru Muzeja grada Splita već ove srijede 5. srpnja možete kušati Bogdanjušu vinarije Carić, autohtonu hvarsku sortu. Lagano, svježe, lepršavo vino koje se od davnina pilo samo za vjerske svetkovine što mu i ime govori.
Beleca vinarije Tomić, kupaža je bogdanuše i pošipa, najvažnije dalmatinske bijele sorte. ObJe sorte ispreplele su perfektnu harmoniju u kojoj je bogdanuša dala robusnom pošipu lepršavost i svježinu, a pošip bogdanuši snagu i tijelo.
Opolo rosé vinarije Zlatan otok – najvažnija crna hrvatska sorta grožđa plavac mali ovdje je dala aromatično, voćno, ljetno vino.
Plavac 2718 vinarije Duboković u nazivu sugerira broj sunčanih sati u godini kojim je okupan otok Hvar. Sunce i toplina osjeti se u svakoj kapljici.
Ova predivna vina pratit će prigodni zalogaji iz restorana Diocletian Wine House. Također ih možete kušati od 03. srpnja do 10. srpnja u nekom od restorana partnera Winelifea.
Drugi tjedan njihovog gostovanja, točnije u srijedu 12. srpnja uživat ćemo u sljedećem izboru vina s ovog sunčanog otoka:
Vujnović i njegov Prč,
Rosina Jo Ahearne i Plavac deluxe PZ Svirče,
uz pomno smišljene zalogaje iz kužine restorana UJE oil bar. Ova četiri vina od 10. do 17. srpnja također možete kušati u nekom od restorana partnera Winelifea.
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GUIDED TASTING “HVAR THE ISLAND OF WINE” IN JELSA
Hvar Winemakers’ Association in cooperation with Vino.Like held a tasting under the name “Hvar Island of Wine” on 26.05.2017. (Hall of Jelsa Municipality, Jelsa). This event was conceived as a story about the specifics of the island of Hvar as a wine region, with an emphasis on the native Hvar varieties.
Hvar indigenous wines selection
The wines produced of the varieties bogdanuša, prč, mekuja and darnekuša were tasted and commented by Siniša Koceić and Alen Gulan, wine experts. Wine tour guides, restaurant owners and others who work in wine tourism and gastronomy sectors were present and have learned more about these Hvar varieties, some of which are produced in very small quantities.
Mekuja variety can be found in different white blends of the Hvar Island wines, but only 100%
Mekuja is produced by OPG Teo Huljić. This white variety is grown in small quantities, and traditionaly on the borders of the vineyards planted with other varieties.
A red indigenous variety of Hvar Island, Darnekuša inspired Jo Ahearne, one of the leading wine experts in the world, to make her first Hvar wine, Rosina.
This red Hvar variety grows on the higher parts of the island near the peak of St. Nikola and gives lighter wines such as Duboković Laganini.
Rosina & Laganini – two faces of the variety Darnekuša
Prč is a variety of origin from the area around Sućuraj, today is produced by wineries Pinjata and Vujnović. Prč is known as a white variety that can survive extreme climate and soil conditions. His muscat taste distinguish it among other Dalmatian varieties.
The most popular is the production of Bogdanuša whose crispy wines are ideal summertime wines, monovarietal wines of Zlatan Otok – Plenković and PZ Svirče were compared.
Bogdanuša gives also great results when blended with other white varieties as seen in the example of Tomić Beleca (Bogdanuša, Pošip) and Carić Cesarica (Bogdanuša, Pošip, Maraština, Parč).
“This is just the first of the planned cooperation of our association with Vino.Like into order to educate the parties in the chain of sales and service of Hvar wines and the wine lovers as well.
In early July, tourists and the citizens of Split, will have the opportunity to learn more about Hvar wines through the event Vino u Sridu (lit. Wine on Wednesday) , which will also be linked with the offer of Hvar wines in prominent Split restaurants. ” Said Ivana Krstulović Carić, dipl.ing.agr. President of the Hvar Winemakers’ Association.
HVAR WINE TASTINGS – MEETING INTERESTING PEOPLE
DO NOT MISS UPCOMING EVENTS!
23.08.2016. – Tuesday – Hvar Wine Tastings at the Festival “Gušti od Škoja” in Vrboska
On Thursdays – Hvar Wine Tastings in Jelsa
The Hvar Wine Tastings are events organized by Hvar Winemakers’ Association and (TZ) of the Island (TZ Općine Jelsa, TZ Stari Grad, TZ Vrboska). During these events we were meeting various interesting people from the world of wine. In addition to this nice music accompanied the events and it naturally created great vibes and celebratory mood among the people. Our guests tremendously enjoyed our wines and enthusiastically talked to each other.
In this way many guests, tourists and other winelovers meet new friends including the Hvar winemakers. We are truly honoured to have hosted a lot of wine writers, bloggers, winemakers, wine distributors and other winelovers at these events. This type of interaction and engagement made us feel very special and we are looking forward to continue working in this way and promoting our island of wine in the future!
Dušan Jelić (Wines of Balkans), Alen Gulan (Vino u sridu), Diedrik Swart & Mario Pranić (Croatiangrapes), Boris Mucina (Meiningers Sommelier Magazine), Marco Trasente (Wine Fredane) are just some of the wine friends that we met this summer…
WINE JOURNALISTS TO VISIT HVAR WINEMAKERS ASSOCIATION
This year, wine journalists are visiting us, organized by Festival Zagreb VINOcom, being held for the 9th year in Zagreb’s Esplanade Hotel (28.-29. 11. 2014.). Immediately before the Festival, a group of 29 journalists will visit several Croatian wine regions, including the island of Hvar.
Members of the Hvar Winemakers’ Association will be presenting their wines at a tasting given at the Tomić Winery on Tuesday (11/25/2014) Before the guided tasting, President Ivana Krstulović Carić, dipl.ing.agr, will give a short presentation “Hvar Island of Wine”, explaining the activities of the association.
At the event, we will be joined by representatives of local authorities and tourist offices, who, along with the winemakers helped to bring about this visit.
The next day we will tour the central part of the island, showing the most important characteristic wineslopes of Hvar, such as terraced vineyards, the Stari Grad Plain and Hvar Beaches. The program will include visits to wineries: Pinjata in Vrboska, Plenković – Zlatan Otok in Sv. Nedjelja, and PZ Svirče in Svirče.
As the story of Hvar wines would not be complete without its cultural and historical side, the journalists will be accompanied by tour guides Ivana Krstulović Carić and Siniša Matković Mikulčić.
What will the wine journalists write about Hvar – Island of Wine? We shall find out soon!
IT’S TIME FOR PLAVAC MALI FROM THE HVAR BEACHES!
This week we started harvesting the plavac mali from our island’s south slopes!
The steep southern slopes, bathed in sunlight and sea breezes, are Hvar’s most famous vineyards, extending from Zavala, Medvid Bod, Ivan Dolac and Jagodna to Sv. Nedjelja.
Despite the harsh climate, grapes from the “Hvar Beaches” are of very good quality!
The most famous wines from these positions have evocative names such as Ivan Dolac (PZ Svirče i Vujnović), named after the village famous for its beautiful pebble beaches, Plovac Ploški (Carić), meaning “Plavac from the beach“, Medvid (Duboković) named after the Medvid Bod, a hidden beach maybe the most beautiful of all, which once was home to the Mediterranean monk seal.
Or they may simply be named Plavac, as in Plavac mali barrique (Tomić) or Zlatan Plavac (Plenković).
VRIJEME JE ZA PLAVAC S HVARSKIH PLAŽA!
Ovaj tjedan počela je berba plavca malog s južnih padina našeg otoka.
Strmi vinogradi, okupani suncem i morskom arijom, najpoznatiji su hvarski vinogradi, pružaju se od Zavale, preko Medvid Boda, Ivan Dolca i Jagodne sve do Sv. Nedjelje.
Unatoč nepovoljnim klimatskim uvjetima, grožđe sa “Hvarskih plaža” odlične je kvalitete!
Najpoznatija vina s ovih položaja nose imena Ivan Dolac (PZ Svirče i Vujnović), po istomenom selu poznatom po lijepim šljunčanim plažama, Plovac Ploški (Carić), što znači “Plavac iz Plaže”, Medvid (Duboković) po Medvid Bodu, skrovitoj i možda najljepšoj plaži od svih, nekada utočištu sredozemne medvjedice. Ili jednostavno plavac kao Plavac mali barrique(Tomić) ili Zlatan Plavac (Plenković).
Hvar Otok Vina predstaviti će se na Wine Fredane Festivalu u Italiji
Od 10. do 12. kolovoza 2014. u Montefredane pokraj Avellina, prekrasnog mjesta 60 km južnije od Napulja održava se vinski festival Wine Fredane, na kojem će se predstaviti vina članova Udruge “Hvarski vinari”.
Priča o Hvaru Otoku Vina ispričati će se kroz radionicu “I vini dell’Isola di Hvar”.
Na radionici sudjeluju vina vinarija Plenković, Tomić, PZ Svirče i Carić,
a vodi je predstavnik sekcije O.N.A.V.-a iz Avellina g. Giuseppe Iannone.
Više o samo Festivalu možete saznati na http://www.winefredane.it/ ili facebook stranici Wine Fredane.