Wine tourism in Baranja

The Croatian Danube surrounded by millions of grapevines

It is best to start the visit of Baranja, whose name in Hungarian means “mother of wine”, and Vina Belje by strolling along the wine road that winds through the grapevines and leads to the viewpoint on Banovo brdo (hill). Surrounded by millions of grapevines, the viewpoint is the right place to take a break […]

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In Eastern Croatia

Where there is always good food

Besides fine sweets, Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem are known for high quality delicacies such as kulen and kuleno veseke (types of sausages), rich meat dishes and specialties such as čobanac (3-4 types of meat cooked with vegetables)or fiš (spicy fish sauce). Today one can taste the modern varieties of these dishes in restaurants in Eastern […]

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Saints Hills Winery

Love and passion for wine

Author: Alma Radoš

The family winery Saints Hills reflects love and passion for wine, nature and the life of Ivanaand ErnestTolja, a young couple who only recently appeared in the Croatian wine scene and quickly conquered it.

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Istria

In the world of Malvazija

Istrian winemakers recognized a long time ago the strength of a brand, placed their product on the market and integrated it successfullyinto the tourist offer of their peninsula. Thanks to such an approach, behind which were years of hard work, the autochthonous Malvazija developed as the most recognized wine in Istria.

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Ilok cellars

A vacation in the heart of Srijem Podunavlje

Besides being one of the most beautiful cities in this part of Europe, Ilokisan attractive oenological and gastronomic destination which back in Roman times was called “the relish of the world” or “delicium mundi”.

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