Europe Travels End… For Now

The modern art of our travels. Click for a much bigger version. And so for now we draw to a close with the Europe Travels. It was an incredibly delightful way to spend four months of our lives. But now we’re back in the US and thought we’d look back on the trip, giving both an overview and a map for some visual representation of the trip we took. It all started with landing in Dubrovnik, Croatia, where we first spent time in the Konavle region to the south (bordering Montenegro) and then in Pelješac to the north. Pelješac offered us some great red wines from Dingač and many other winemakers in the region that are doing wonderful things with Plavac Mali grapes. From there we went up to the island of Mljet, where wine production is very minimal and then it was a short catamaran ride to Korčula where a great amount of wine is produced, including the Čara Pošip. We headed south from there, in to the coast of newly independent Montenegro, tasting their Vranac along the way. It was then up in to Serbia, where we had some very good white wines and were very fortunate to … Continue reading Europe Travels End… For Now