Friday, 18. April 2014
09. 04. 12. - 15:00
Those people who cannot wait for a taste of summer are invited to a taste preview and presentation of delicious Croatian specialities as part of a special Istria event being held at two top Croatian restaurants this month in Vienna and in Styria.
Lovers of fine food and wine are invited to take part in a gourmet evening at Vienna's Sopile restaurant and the Forellen-Kulmer restaurant in Birkfeld, Styria.
Foodies can enjoy Croatian specialities such as fresh olive oils, fine wines and fresh fish as well as listen to presentations all around the popular Croatian holiday region of Istria.
Top wine producers Giorgio Clai, Moreno Coronica and Franc Arman will present their wines personally and of course you can have a taste! Croatian olive oil producer Valter Smilović who was voted one of the best olive oil producers in the Italian Olive Oil Bible will be presenting his very best Croatian oils.
Ranko Vlatkovic, director of Croatian tourism in Vienna, as well as Bernard Musulin expert in gourmet tourism in Croatia will also be on hand to present the very best of Istria tourism to guests whilst they taste the specialities on offer.
Following the presentation guests can enjoy a meal in the top quality restaurant.
The event at Sopile www.sopile.at in Vienna takes place on 12 and 13 April and the presentation including snacks and followed by a meal costs 30 Euros.
The event at Forellen-Kulmer www.kulmer-fisch.at in Styria takes place from 19 to 21 April and costs 39 Euros and includes the meal, presentation and snacks.
For more information and to book contact the respective restaurants.
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