Croatian winemakers attend Belgrade fair

Ten Croatian companies, including eight wineries and two manufacturers of winery and viticulture equipment, are attending the BEOWINE international wine fair in Belgrade on February 18-21, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK), which organised the Croatian presentation, said on Sunday.

The HGK stand was visited by Croatian Ambassador to Serbia Gordan Markotic, who praised the visual presentation of the Croatian stand and the presence of Croatian winemakers on the Serbian market.

The export of Croatian wines in Serbia is growing.

Croatian wineries and manufacturers of winery and viticulture equipment were attending BEOWINE for the seventh consecutive year. This year's event featured 122 exhibitors from nine countries and more than 60,000 visitors were expected.

Last update: Sun, 21/02/2016 - 16:06
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