St Martin's Day in Brda in the past
Why was St Martins Day important in the history for Brda?
Because wine makers could drink all of their wine
Because wine makers could stop working in the vineyard and rest
Because all people in Brda got together
On which day was St Martin's Day celebrated in the past in Brda?
On a Monday
On a Wednesday
On a Saturday
What is "tercent"?
An appple with herbs.
A sort of rosary.
A type of wine barrel.
How many pieces of vine wood are needed to make "tercent"?
What does the number of pieces of wood stand for?
The number of the letters in the blessing.
The number of the days that the wine matured in the barrel.
There is no reason.
What herbs was usually "martinc" made of?
Rosemary and sage
Parsley and anise.
Oregano and basil.
Who prepared "martinci"?
What was the purpose of "martinci"?
It was purely decorative.
It was used as an air freshener.
It was used as a means of predicting the wine quality.
Where did they put "tercent" and "martinc" on St Martin's Day?
On the cellar's doorhandle
On the barrel.
On the shelf above the wine barrel.
Where did people usually celebrate St Martin's Day in the past?
In every village farmer's largest cellar.
Every farmer had their own celebration.
There was no celebration
What was a typical local dish for St Martin's lunch?
Polenta, poultry or rabbit and "pituralke" (type of pears).
Sausages, red cabbage and roasted chestnuts.
Duck, "mlinci" and cabbage.
Do we still have the same custums in Brda for St Martin's Day as in the past?
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