As all of you know, I came to Montenegro to pursue my dreams of being an actress.

Wait… no.

Actually, I hate being on video and hesitate to even leave voicemails because I can’t stand the sound of my own voice.

However, a few months ago, I was invited to help with the harvest on a local vineyard in the nearby town of Rogami. The Radevic Estate Vineyard is beautiful, the family who owns it is warm and welcoming, and the wine is delicious! I became friends with the Radevic clan and, throughout the day, I somehow went from simply helping with a harvest to agreeing to be in and provide a voiceover for their vineyard’s new commercial.

Despite my tendency to turn into a mound of awkwardness when a camera is pointed in my direction – and against my better judgement – I have decided to share this commercial with you today.

Because this would never happen to me in Michigan. Because the wine they make is phenomenal. And, most of all, because I think that this is hilarious.

(Learn more about the Radevic Estate Vineyard here: )

Radevic Estate Vineyard Commercial

6 thoughts on “Radevic Estate Vineyard Commercial

  1. Ahhhh Kate I LOVE everything about this! Lol how cool. I envy all your adventure!
    Ps you sound perfect 🙂
    Love & miss you dearly. Xoxo

    • Hahaha, thanks, Kris!

      The admiration is mutual – I need you to get me motivated to work out in my apartment when it is POURING outside because I have been terrible lately. I am so looking forward to reuniting with you (with wine) when I get back to the States. I miss you!

  2. Wow…completely laughing so hard (only cause I know how much you love this stuff.)….I think you did a phenom job in the sexy Kate voice! How much of that wine did you drink? Just remember this adventure is all about challenging yourself and I’m proud of you for jumping in and doing this. It is something you will remember forever. Love and miss you.

    • Karla, you KNOW how much I love this sort of thing! I don’t love it quite as much as MVJ’s Law & Order intro, but it’s alright. And you are so right – it’s all about stepping out of my comfort zone… and this was definitely uncomfortable! Miss you so much ❤

    • Thank you, Jen! And yes – I live into the “smiley American” stereotype HARD. I try to tone it down, but my Montenegrin friends still often say I am flirting when I think I am having a normal interaction. Oh, the fun of cultural exchange! I hope you are staying safe (and still having fun) in Ukraine!

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