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At the 14th International Fair of Wine and Winemaking Equipment Vinovita 2008 at the Zagreb Grand Fair where there were 109 exhibitors from Croatia and other contries, there were 196 wines competing for gold medals. 56 wines were awarded gold and siver medals, while three wines received the the Champion of the Fair awards. The three Champions are Vino Zlato (Malvasia) by winemaker Libero Sinković, Traminac (ice-wine) by Kutjevo d.d. and the Rfosk Camo d’Istria by Slovenian Vinakoper.
Source: barkun.hr (July 5, 2008)
At the 45th International Agriculture Fair in Gornja Radgona the family estate Sinković Momjan has been awarded the gold medal for its Muscat and a siver medal for the quality of their Malvasia wine. Compari from Pula and prosciutto producer Pitip from Savudrija were also successful at the fair.
Source: Glas Istre (September 4, 2007)
The family-owned agricultural estate Sinković from the small village of San Mauro, above Momjan, is a true example of how people of this land can make a living from hard work and how it is possible to group different business activities around one product. Libero is the CEO, his wife Dora has the kitchen of the estate under control, the older son Patrik is an enologist while the younger son, Sergej, is the busy bee helping everywhere. Sinković’s dry Muscat is an aperitif-wine. The flavors are partially expressed, the durability is solid, the quality of this wine is good and its a pleasure to drink it.
Source: Sommelier Emil Perdec – Gastro enoteka
The Friendship Wine 2005 (Momjanski muscat) from the Sinković family has won the gold medal at the 45th International Agriculture Fair in Gornja Radgona, Slovenia. This is the most recent in a slew of almost a hundred awards the Momjan-based family has won for the quality of their wines. The sweet muscat, or Friendship Wine, is won from the Muscat momjanski grape which is being dried on hay to keep the berries from squashing.
There are more and more great winemakers in the Momjan area. Colleagues and collaborators Rino Prelac and Libero Sinković have taken first row places. They have exhibited jointly at the Vinistra fair and besides wine, they also have a profession in common. Rino runs the eponymous popular konoba which has many Istrian specialties, such as fuzi with truffles, on offer, while the Sinković family runs the agritourism San Mauro. On the wonderful estate of the family yo can taste wines and brandies, organize tastings, and there is also a restaurant with regional specialties, a riding school, bed&breakfast, apartments,…
Source: Vecernji list (August 14, 2004)