First of all, I seriously enjoyed the few Croatian wines I’ve tried so far, in particular the whites. And also this 2008 Korčula Island wine by the Blato 1902 cooperative was a very aromatic specimen, full of character: it is made of the autochton Pošip grape . But for now I actually just wanted to point out the “seriousness” of the label, with an incredibly accurate alcohol declaration that made me smile (see picture below). Well, who knows, maybe it’s mandatory in Croatia and I just made a fool of myself.
Anyways, I’m expecting to see a lot more good things coming from Croatia as the wine scene there continues to revive, there seems to be a huge potential.Google+