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Source / photo: VINUM.IN Temu broja – rajnski rizling – predstavio je Ivo Kozarčanin, Tomislav Radić je čitateljima pripremio tekst o kraljevini, a Željko Suhadolnik prenio je čitateljima svoje bogato iskustvo vinskih putovanja po inozemstvu. Marija Vukelić je u rubrici „Vino na visokoj peti” ugostila enologinju Evu Krištof te intervjuirala Željka Suhadolnika u rubrici „Razgovor s vinom o vinu“. Ivana Erhardt Draganić kroz rubriku „Vinska mušica“ predstavila je vina Slavonije i Baranje, dok je Nina Levičnik prikazala vinsku arhitekturu na primjeru jedne hrvatske vinarije, a Domagoj Jakopović Ribafish ispričao je kako nastaje bajkovito vino Potribica vinarije Boškinac. Moderni dizajn časopisa najbolji je pokazatelj smjera u kojem se ide, a za fotografije pobrinuo se urednik fotografije Julio Frangen. Editor Dijana Grgić explained to us how she came up with the idea of relaunching a magazine dedicated to oenology and wine-related topics. “Back in 2013, I worked for VINUM.IN magazine in the marketing department, but after a while the magazine stopped publishing and I went the other way. Yet that love for the wine and media world has always remained present in me. A year ago, I realized that Croatia has a rich wine scene, but no wine magazine. The idea was to have a print edition of the magazine, something that people would be able to pick up and read, collect all the copies and come back to them after a while. Wine can be written about in a variety of forms and we can relate it to a lot of things, and that gives the magazine breadth and variety. When desires, ideas and a good team come together then it is easy to come up with a good product. From the first reactions, I see that we have made the step that the wine scene neededShe said. VINUM.IN will be published quarterly, and its goal is to show wine through various forms. Already in the first issue, wine was associated with architecture, poetry and cakes. In addition to the Croatian wine scene, which was represented by a trip through continental Croatia, Dalmatia and the islands, the wine scene was peeked at by neighbors from Serbia, and Matija Lesković traveled to distant South Africa. A different, interesting and educational magazine will find its place in newsstands from the next issue in order to be available to all wine lovers. The first issue, as a special edition, is distributed by sending a free copy to the addresses of winemakers, restaurants, wine bars, wine shops, hotels, wine associations and many wine lovers. A web edition is expected soon, where the magazine will be available online, and the web itself will be in the form of a wine portal on which current events between the two issues will be followed. U zagrebačkom restoranuFino&Vino predstavljen je novi časopis o vinu, VINUM.IN. Na svečanoj promociji glavna urednica DijanaGrgić predstavila je svoje suradnike, vinare i koncept časopisa. Grgić believes that tourists love indigenous products, including Croatian wines, and that it is up to us to introduce them to wine roads and tasting rooms during their stay in Croatia. “Certainly much more can be done in this field. Croatia is rich in that sense. We have great wineries to be promoted, and wine roads should become something we will be especially proud of. We still have room to work in this field, but there has certainly been a shift in recent yearsShe added. In order to further promote Croatian mono-tourism, the plan is to publish an online edition of the magazine in English. “Croatia can invest much more in single tourism, and there is great potential for attracting tourists. We are thinking in that direction and we plan to have an online edition of the magazine in English, so that the Croatian wine scene becomes part of the plan for tourists coming to Croatia. Recommendations for guests will be available on our website, all with the aim of further developing single tourism”, Concluded Grgić.