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Medals for Croatian Wines at 2015 Decanter World Wine Awards

465_sauvignonSuccess for Croatian wines at the prestigious 2015 Decanter World Wine Awards…

Prigora Wines, located in the hills in Bedenici in the Zagreb County, has picked up Bronze medals at this year’s awards for its Sauvignon Springtime 2014 and Non-Vintage Bedekovich 2012.

Prigora describes its Sauvignon Springtime 2014 as a perky, light and aromatic Sauvignon which perfectly embodies the nature of Prigorje. The wine pairs ideally with starters, seafood and chicken salads, as well as with various kinds of white fish.

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Prigora wines located in the hills near Zagreb

Now in its 12th year, the Decanter World Wine Awards is the world’s largest and most influential wine competition with over 15,000 entries per year. Judged by the top wine experts from around the globe, the DWWA is trusted internationally for its rigorous judging process.

(photo / Prigora)

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