Awards given for annual achievements in winemaking

first_imgThe Croatian wine scene is rich, propulsive and lively. The number of wine labels on store shelves is constantly growing, the number of wineries and wine retailers as well, wine lists in restaurants often offer a serious cross-section of domestic and world offer, tastings and promotions are constantly held, several schools and courses for wine education are active. ascent.Such a good trend is primarily due to the individuals behind the launch of all these activities, and then wineries, associations, publishers, scientists and many entrepreneurs from all spheres of the economy from trade to production. This year, Römerquelle and Vinart have established an annual achievement award where the title of meritorious will be awarded. After the launch of the project, a polling board was established consisting of an equal ratio of renowned wine and gastronomic journalists, and sommelier of the most prominent Croatian restaurants who, as representatives of the wine market, assessed which individuals whose successes contributed to the development and affirmation of good wines.Therefore, on Thursday 9.11. at the Sheraton Hotel awarded the title of Meritorious to selected individuals and companies for their contribution to the development of wine culture, initiating trends, preserving wine tradition, affirming moderation of consumption, promoting wine science, promoting wine quality, and other works for the Croatian wine scene.Römerquelle Winery of the Year is Benvenuti Winery, and Römerquelle Person of the Year is Tomislav TomacA winemaker who built a completely new perception of Pošip as a variety and crucially influenced the modernization of Dalmatian white wines, Luka Krajančić, was awarded as the winery of the year in Dalmatia. Continuous excellence in Malvasia, Teran and Muscat production, confirmed by two IWC trophies and Decanter platinum, has brought the winery Welcome, in addition to the award for winery of the year in Istria, the award Römerquelle winery of the year. Highest recognition, award for Römerquelle Person of the Year he won Tomislav Tomac, most responsible for the progress and profiling of Plešivica as our “champagne wine region”, the originator of the trend of “orange” wines from amphorae, and the winemaker whose sparkling wine Amphora was included in Decanter’s list 75 Stellar Buys last year.The awards were presented in eight categories, four of which relate to the achievements of traders, four to the achievements of wineries, and Römerquelle Winery of the Year and Römerquelle Person of the Year were also selected. The company’s webshop of the year was named Live fine wines, a wine shop was chosen as the wine shop of the year Bornstein, the supermarket of the year is Vrutak, and the title of wholesaler of the year was won by the company Miva & Mohor. The achievements of the wineries were rewarded according to the regional division, so the winery of the year of Slavonia and the Danube region was chosen. Jasna Antunović Turk, whose Graševina Premium in 2013 received a platinum medal at this year’s Decanter, the world’s largest wine evaluation. Winery Tomac, whose sparkling wine Amfora was included in the list of 75 most important wines in the world last year, is the winery of the year in the Bregovita Hrvatska region.The organizer and initiator of the project of awarding the most deserving legal and natural persons in Croatian winemaking is the company Vinart, which organizes festivals and workshops, publishes wine publications and designs campaigns. “Everything we do aims to improve the culture of wine, so we launched this project so that the most deserving of it were rewarded and permanently recorded.” said the director of Vinart, Saša Špiranec, and added that Vinart’s annual achievements will continue to monitor the development of the Croatian wine scene in the coming years and once a year direct the spotlight to the most deserving.

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Franklin County Resident Arrested for Prescription Forgery

first_imgFRANKLIN COUNTY, Ind. — 1 person was arrested on multiple counts of Prescription forgery.The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department initiated an investigation, after a complaint was made by the Brookville Family Dentistry.During the investigation, the Sheriff’s Department discovered that Jessica Andre, 29, of Brookville, an employee of the practice, was prescribing herself Oxycodone under Dr. Michael Bent’z practice.Andre was arrested on 18 counts of Obtaining by Fraud; Forged Prescriptions.She faces up to 2 and a half years in prison, and up to a $10,000 fine.last_img

Enosoregbe Bows Out, Vows to Bounce Back in 2nd Leg

first_imgThough he could not make it to the semi final, the Edo-born player received loud ovation from fans at the tennis club as they believed that he fought hard before bowing out of the first leg.“I feel great playing to the quarter-finals of the first leg of the Governor’s Cup this year. This is an achievement I will carry on to the second leg coming up next week.“What I need now is a little bit of rest after which I will begin my training for the second leg.“Mukund was a good player who I learnt has been going round the world playing circuits, an opportunity that eludes many of us here in Nigeria despite the fact that we are equally good on court, ” said Enosoregbe who entered the Governor’s Cup as a wildcard player.The other Nigerian who played in the quarter final, Sylvester Emmanuel, also fought hard before he was beaten by Egyptian Karim-Mohamed Maamoun in 2-6,7-5,1-6 match.Meanwhile, Boy Westerhof of The Netherlands was unable to make it past the quarter finals as he was stopped by the tournament number one seed, Spanish Enrique Lopez-Perez in straight set of 6-4,5-7.In the women’s singles, top seed, Valetini Grammatikopoulou of Greece continued her quest for glory as she defeated Bulgarian Julia Terziyska in straight set of 6-4,7-6(2). Tadeja Majeric of Slovakia also won her game against Omar’s Fatma Al-Nabhani who she defeated 6-0,7-6(2). Swiss Conny Perrin has an easy ride over Harmony Tan of France with a 6-1,6-0 victory.In the semi final matches scheduled for Friday, Lopez – Perez will face Egyptian player, Maamoun, while Mukund will battle Gianni Mina of France in the men’s singles. Top seed, Valetini Grammatikopoulou will settle scores with Conny Perrin in one of the semi-final games in the women’s singles, while Tadeja and Deniz Khazaniuk of Israel will fight for the final ticket.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram GOV’S CUP TENNISNigeria’s Clifford Enosoregbe failed in his bid to make it to the semi final of the Men’s Singles of the first leg (Futures 5) of 16th Governor’s Cup Lagos Tennis Championship as he lost to Indian’s Sasi Kumar Mukund in the quarter final match decided yesterday at the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Onikan.Enosoregbe lost the first set 1-6, before he forced himself back to the game to win the second set 6-3, but due to tiredness and loss of concentration, he could not make it in the third set as he was defeated by 2-6.last_img read more

KSA sanctions Royal Panda and LeoVegas over online offering

first_img Kambi takes full control of LeoVegas sportsbook portfolio August 26, 2020 Related Articles LeoVegas hits back at Swedish regulations despite Q2 successes August 13, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Dutch gambling authority Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has sanctioned both Royal Panda and LeoVegas after the two operators were found to be offering games of chance to consumers within the country.The KSA emphasised that “online gambling is currently prohibited”, and subsequently handed Royal Panda a €400,000 while LeoVegas was issued with a fine of €350,000.The fines follow on from research carried out by the KSA during the latter half of 2018 and early 2019, which revealed that the two gaming operators, “despite this prohibition, still focused on the Netherlands with their offer.”As part of the ruling, it was emphasised that both companies were accessible to the public via a Dutch IP, as the KSA offered examples of actions that constituted the receipt of the two penalty fees, including the option to wager using the Dutch iDEAL payment method.Both sites also offered a number of games of chance to the public, which including sports betting, casino titles and virtual slot machines.Earlier this year, Kindred Group was fined €470,000 by the KSA after it was found to be in breach of the legislative terms set by the ‘1964 Gambling Act’.Kindred explained that the KSA had  sanctioned the penalty to its Malta-based trading subsidiary Trannel International Ltd for accepting wagers from Dutch customers in violation of 1964 Gambling Act regulatory provisions.As it stands under Dutch legislation, all physical or online gambling offerings are illegal with Holland Casino the only exception. Providing an update on the impending change to Dutch law the regulator commented in a media statement: “In February this year, the Senate passed the Remote Gambling Act (Koa). The law is currently being worked out in more detail. It will soon be possible to obtain a license under strict conditions for offering games of chance via the internet. Supervision is then possible, allowing players to play protected. “The Ksa takes action against illegal gambling providers because there is no check on the fairness of the game. It is also impossible to check whether vulnerable groups, such as minors, are being excluded from participation.” Share Submit Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020last_img read more