Posted on Wed 10th Aug 2016 at 10:55
Have you ever gazed at the Stobi logo on your wine bottle and wondered why it has a pillar in the word, or why there’s a distinctive peacock on top?
Posted on Tue 20th Oct 2015 at 12:03
You might be forgiven for thinking a Syrah is a little known variety, but it is in fact just another name for Shiraz, a tried and tested favourite for many.
Posted on Fri 25th Sep 2015 at 12:45
In the Republic of Macedonia the ancient grape variety Vranec is considered to be one of the most important varieties grown in the region. In the heart of the Eastern Mediterranean and indigenous to the Balkans the Vranec, produces a delicious dry red wine with a rich personality.
Posted on Mon 20th Apr 2015 at 10:32
Do you want to try something different that will excite the palate, but not sure where to start? Well, take some advice from The Grapevine who have just given Stobi’s indigenous varieties a great write up.
Posted on Thu 2nd Apr 2015 at 13:59
Now that the clocks have gone forward and Spring is truly upon us, it’s time to start exploring new wine varieties that bring the flavours of the new season alive.
Posted on Tue 4th Nov 2014 at 10:25
Vranec is the Macedonian spelling of Vranac – the most important indigenous grape variety grown in the southern Balkans and whose name means “black stallion”, or “strong black”.
Posted on Mon 22nd Sep 2014 at 15:15
This month we have the pleasure of introducing our collection of our Barrique wines and to give you an insight into how they are made and why they are considered so premium.
Posted on Wed 17th Sep 2014 at 10:23
Have you ever wondered what the term vintage means? If you thought it related to a very old wine or a high quality wine, then think again!
Posted on Wed 26th Mar 2014 at 10:49
Stobi’s Vranec Veritas Reserve is the pride and joy from one of Macedonia’s leading wineries. The care and quality that goes into producing this premium, flagship brand is testament to the seriousness that Stobi takes in ensuring that the highest standards are met in promoting, not just themselves, but Macedonia’s wine heritage whilst maintaining focus of the regions own grape variety, Vranec.
Posted on Mon 3rd Mar 2014 at 10:11
Last month we told you about St-Trufin’s Day, a religious ceremony which takes place every year on February 14th to please the patron saint of wine and vineyards.