Olive oil is an important ingredient in any kitchen but good chefs know exactly how to pair the right oil with a dish to enhance its flavors. For Croatian chef Deniz Zembo, olive oil is an essential ingredient in his culinary creations that even offers the scope to innovate and experiment, something he’s not afraid […]
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Launching our 2017 custom handmade series of dipping bowls to match our bottles. Beautiful work once again by Marina Marinski, a brilliant young craftswoman we are very proud to partner with. This exclusive range is only available at the Brist Shop in Vodnjan.
In our shop in Vodnjan it is our pleasure to share the story of olive oil with you and what makes Istrian oil so exceptional. Added to that we are delighted to let you in on a few family insights about how we grow, produce and care for our extra virgin olive oils. We look […]
Brist Olive are delighted to announce their Christmas gift pack series for family, friends and business. Choose from our White, Green or Gold gift selections which include the best of Istrian wine and handmade chocolates and featuring Brist extra virgin olive oils. For pricing, delivery and ordering contact Paul at: [email protected] +385 95 562 4111 […]
Delighted to be include in such a prestigious online magazine and blog. Thanks to Harriet Ball for coming to share the Brist Experience with us. Here’s what she had to say Olive oil is another a must-try delicacy here. Istria has recently been voted the top olive oil producing region in the world by Flos Olei […]
The last few handcrafted bowls and cups are selling out from the Brist shop for season 2016 so do drop along and check them out before all are gone until next year!
Delighted to be trying out a new red wine from Franc Arman – a wild Istrian Teran – check it out in the shop….
More and more guests are learning about Silvano’s unique attention to detail, especially when they realized that every new tree post is leaned 5 degrees to the north to counter balance the Bura wind over the first years.