90% of taste is smell.
An average person can detect more than 2000 different scents.
Swirling the glass oxygenates wine and helps release its aromas.
Croatia has 2500 years of history in wine making dating back to ancient Greek settlers.
Croatia is home to the Slavonian oak forest, producing the oak casks favored by many winemakers, whisky and rum producers all over the world for aging their finest wines and spirits.
Back in 1930s, wine from peninsula Pelješac was exported to Prague and Vienna.
Dingač is Croatia’s oldest geographically protected wine-growing appellation – since 1961
In 2001 UC Davis research group in collaboration with scientists in Croatia, has confirmed that the roots of Zinfandel originate from Dalmatia, Croatia.