Steven Spurrier about Croatian wines in The Tasting Panel Magazine
Friday November 15th, 2013 * Morana
Steven Spurrier, British wine expert and the living legend of the global wine scene, wrote an informative and affirmitive article about Croatian wines in The Tasting Panel Magazine (Nov 2013). This is a good promotion for Croatia as wine country, and we are especially proud of great compliments given to Matošević Winery. You can read the whole article here.
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New York Times Impressed by Malvasia Istriana
Wednesday September 18th, 2013 * Morana
Robert Draper, freelance author and contributor to the New York Times, took a trip to Istria this summer and visited several restaurants, taverns and winemakers. His story was published on 25 August, 2013. Pleasantly surprised and impressed by Istrian culinary heritage and wines, the author put focus on the queen of Istrian wines – Malvasia. This story is a great promotion for Istria and its food & wine treasures, and you can read it here:
Monday July 15th, 2013 * Morana
Caro Maurer wrote a big story on the wine scene of Istria, for the Austrian leading food & wine magazine Der Feinschmecker. He also visited Matošević Winery. Here you can read the original article.
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Monday August 29th, 2011 * Zoran
Međunarodna organizacija Superbrands jedini je globalni i neovisni autoritet na području brandinga. Prisutna je na 4 kontinenta i u 88 država širom svijeta, čiji je glavni cilj identificirati vodeće brandove na svakom pojedinom tržištu te, na taj način, dodatno promovirati disciplinu brandinga.
Matošević vina nositelj je Superbrands nagrade 2010 (pdf)
Tuesday July 12th, 2011 * Luka
Tom Harrow is a wine writer and presenter, consultant and events and vineyards tour host.What he said about us in his article “The Haute Seat; Luxury postings from the top” please read on the website.
Next up, Ivica Matosevic, one of the region’ s pioneers, took me trough a fascinating comparison of his malvasia cuvées- proving the age-ability of the varietal and also its wonderful affinity with acacia, which really lifts the grape’s perfume.
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Saturday June 25th, 2011 * Luka
NEW YORK – June 13, 2011 marked the first-ever grand portfolio tasting of Croatian wines, which took place at Hudson Terrace in New York City. Cliff Rames, founder of Wines of Croatia, an organization that promotes the wines and lifestyle of Croatia, led an educational winemaker seminar. A tasting on the terrace followed, featuring Croatia’s signature native varieties including Malvazija, Pošip, Teran, Plavac Mali, Graševina and Žlahtina.
Continue reading WINES OF CROATIA: The First-Ever Grand Portfolio Tasting in New York City
Saturday June 11th, 2011 * Luka
Editor’s Note: With this report, Robert Parker’s influential “Wine Advocate” journal has published its first-ever review of a selection of wines from Croatia. The report and subsequent scores were written and posted by Neal Martin of www.wine-journal.comand www.erobertparker.com and are reprinted here with permission.
In Part IV of his report, we present Mr. Martin’s reviews and scores (based on a 100-point scale) of wines from the Istria region of northwest Croatia, which Mr. Martin tasted in May 2010. The opinions and reviews contained herein are purely Mr. Martin’s work and are subject to copyright and may not be republished elsewhere without permission of the author.
Continue reading Istria Scores with Grimalda, Nevina & Uroboros: Part IV of the Neal Martin Report
Wednesday May 25th, 2011 * Luka
Ivica Matosevic is the first one to make wine in his family. “You can’t make a lot of money in wine” he says, but it is a nice job! And people like my wines, think they are very drinkable.” He used to work as a landscape architect and 1996 was his first vintage. He is, as most producers in Istria, specialized in malvazia. But he also makes good red wines from the local Teran. Like malvazija, this is a grape with a strong personality and he prefers to blend it with Merlot to get a better balance.
Continue reading Wines from Istria in Croatia, part 2: Acacia and Ivica Matosevic
Friday March 18th, 2011 * Luka
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Matošević Ivica :
Ivica Matošević entered the wine world as a pure coincidence; while studying for his PHD in science, he met with a professor in viticulture and what was a curiosity at the start, it’s now a passion. Without family tradition, Ivica started experimenting and he’s is now regarded as one of the most highly regarded producers in Croatia. His range consists of a few blends of international and traditional grapes. The star wine was the Grimalda Crevno, a blend of Merlot and Teran exhibiting pungent red vibrant fruits with a fine acidity and all in harmony.