The PINK DAY festival celebrated its 10th anniversary with a celebration of wine and art

Another weekend, on April 20, Zagreb’s Lauba was painted pink on the occasion of the PINK DAY Zagreb Festival. This boutique festival attracted many wine and art lovers, and the top rosé wines stood out in particular. All exhibition tables were filled a month in advance, and among them were wines from Croatia, Italy, France, Slovenia, Serbia and a record number of winemakers from Hungary.

Founder Sanja Muzaferija pointed out that the Festival is a celebration of spring, optimism and feminine energy with light wines. This year, the festival marked the 10th anniversary of its “Green in Pink” program. The festival gathered hundreds of visitors and offered more than a hundred wine labels, about thirty premium olive oil labels and premium spirits brands.

Numerous masterclasses and workshops were held during the festival, including “Rosés of the New World”, “Hungarian rosés”, “Rosés and desserts” and “All about one glass”. A special guest was wine journalist Katherine Cole, who presented her book “Rosé All Day”.

Young artists from the Kolekcionart collective presented themselves at the Festival, and prizes were awarded for the most beautifully decorated exhibition tables. The first prize, an Embassy pink bike, went to Vinea Gold, the second prize was a trip to the wine region of Croatia won by the Bastian winery, and the third prize, Whispering Angel wine and a set of Riedel glasses, went to Belj. Dal Fleur won the Ikea “pink package” award for the most beautifully decorated olive tree table.

The festival is supported by premium partners such as PBZ Card Premium Visa & Nexi, HTZ, HGK, JGL, MIVA Wine Gallery, Romerquelle, Riedel, Esplanade Zagreb Hotel, Ikea and the Italian-Croatian Chamber of Commerce.