“Wine-making is the fastest growing sector of the entire Serbian economy and, together with the domestic IT sector, has the greatest potential for development,” Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić said at the award ceremony for the best domestic wine producers, held by the Association of Wine Producers and Winemakers of Serbia.
The event, which took place on 17 and 18 May, was attended by 138 domestic wineries (presenting 481 labels). The jury comprised 24 eminent domestic experts and gave awards to the best winemakers and wines in nine categories.
In the category of still white wines from local non-aromatic grape varieties, the Vista Hil winery was awarded the prize, while the Vinum winery won the main prize for the best still white wine from international non-aromatic grape varieties.
The first prize in the category of sparkling wines was awarded to the Deurić winery, while the best still rosé was produced by the Kosović winery.
In the category of still red wines from non-aromatic local varieties, the award went to the Braća Rajković winery, while the best still red wine from non-aromatic international varieties was produced by the Vinis winery.
The title of the best still wine from local and international aromatic varieties was awarded to the Laster winery, the best sweet and natural liqueur wine was produced by the Aleksandrović winery, and in the category of orange wines, the prize was awarded to the Vučurević winery.
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