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Autochthoinos recommends the following wine reviews and stories related to Bosnia and Herzegovina. [ordered_list style=”decimal”]

  1. Trebinje – the wine capital of Republika Srpska – Trebinje seems to be an exceptional piece of earth, hot and dry, but giving balanced and elegant wines, although usually quite heavy and rich. Beautiful as a town, close to such touristic attractions like Dubrovnik, Mostar and Kotor, it surely deserves more attention – especially from wine lovers.
  2. Žilavka Mostar 2010 – Vinarija Čitluk, Bosnia and Herzegovina – “golden and slightly greenish at the same time, full of light, fresh morning light of the mountains…the taste and aroma were those of mountains too. It was dry like the white limestone rocks rising over the Dalmatian coast, and the same fragrant of wood raisin.”

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