Zinfandel Is Coming Home

Fifteen years after the big discovery that Zinfandel was actually Tribidrag or Crljenak kaštelanski, this great grape variety is coming back to its homeland. Join more than one hundred and fifty wine lovers and experts from all over the world who will have an opportunity to learn more about Tribidrag at the I Am Tribidrag Conference, the 1st International Conference on Tribidrag, to be organised on 27 and 28 April 2017, in Split, Croatia – the land of its roots.
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Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

November 5-9 2015

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the “Yachting Capital of the World” will host the 56th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show on Nov 5-Nov 9, 2015. [Read more…]

Pršut From the Island of Krk First Croatian Product Protected at EU Level

Croatia has had its first request for the protection of geographical indications and designations of origin granted at EU level… [Read more…]


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Palma Supeyacht Show

One of the best Superyacht Shows worldwide… in the best place to live in the world! 30th April – 4th May, Palma de Mallorca, Spain! [Read more…]

Hit Travel and Cuisine Show Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern Filming in Croatia

Bizarre_Foods_with_Andrew_Zimmern_logoFirst it was famous American TV Chef Anthony Bourdain, then British culinary chef Rick Stein and the BBC crew to visit Croatia [Read more…]

Dad And His 8-Year-Old Son Are Creating A Pun-Fueled Food Map Of Every US State

Chris Durso of Foodiggity started a hilarious project with his 8-year-old son last year called Foodnited States of America. The “pun-fueled” photo series is recreating every single U.S. state out of food. [Read more…]

Savannah narrowly squeezes through lock on way to sea trials

Arguably Feadship’s most innovative yacht ever, 83.5 metre Savannah began making her way from the Royal De Vries yard in Alsmeer to Rotterdam in The Netherlands to begin seven days of sea trials. [Read more…]

Yamazaki Whiskey’s award-winning flavor

When Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible 2015 finalists were announced in November last year, the world was shocked. Not only was the top label a Japanese whisky, none of the whiskies in the top five came from Scotland. [Read more…]