Banat wine region is a great destination with a broad offering of wineries with wine tasting and tours. On our website you can book your visits in order to be prepared for your time in the region.

Banat of Serbia (Serbia)
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You can experience amazing wine tasting and tour activities at the various wineries in Kosovo . On our site you can read all about this regions to be prepared for your stay.

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Nišava wine region is a great destination with a broad offering of wineries with wine tasting and tours. On our website you can book your visits in order to be prepared for your time in the region.

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Pocerina has a large number of wineries that offer wine tasting and tour. Visit our website to book beautiful wine-filled experiences and learn more about the wine region.

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On our website, book visits to beautiful wineries in Srem and enjoy guided wine tasting and tour.

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There are a big number of wineries in Subotica-Horgoš with wine tasting and tour activities that you can book easily via winetourism.com.

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You can experience amazing wine tasting and tour activities at the various wineries in Šumadija . On our site you can read all about this regions to be prepared for your stay.

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On our website, book visits to beautiful wineries in Timok and enjoy guided wine tasting and tour.

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There are a big number of wineries in West Morava with wine tasting and tour activities that you can book easily via winetourism.com.

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Serbia Wine Country

Serbia is a relatively young state (it was part of Yugoslavia until 1992 and officially independent from 2006) but its history of wine-making dates back to the Roman times. Serbia is a landlocked country, however vineyards profit from fertile diversified soil and the presence of the Velika Morava River. The Serbia wine country develops all along this river that runs from the northern areas to the southern areas of the Balkan country.

Glance at the Sebian Wine History

As said, the Romans ‘established’ the Serbia wine country, but it was only under the Nemanjic dynasty that viticulture became an important economic sector. When Serbia was part of Yugoslavia, viticulture was at its peak and the state was among the top-ten producers in the world. The Serbia wine country saw a sudden decline in production and export when Yugoslavia fell into pieces.

It took several years and a lot of hard work to get the wine-making tradition back on track. Today, Serbian wine is mostly sold inside the country and only 5% is exported, mainly to neighboring countries.

Wine Tourism in Serbia

Wine tourism in Serbia mainly functions around wine tastings and tours of cellars and wineries in the various wine regions. To attract more wine connoisseurs and enthusiasts to the Serbia wine country, since 2010 there is a big international wine fair in Belgrade, called Beo Wine Fair.

Serbian Wine Regions

There are 9 major Serbian wine regions that are further divided into smaller sub-zones. Vojvodina wine region, Central Serbia wine region and Kosovo wine region are the most productive in the country.

Vojvodina wine region and Central Serbia wine region are the opposite when it comes to soil, landscape, and climate, as the first one is in the Pannonian Plain and the second in the middle of the Western Balkans mountain range.

The Kosovo wine region, differently from the other wine regions that were always kept alive throughout the years, was abandoned because of the Kosovan war. However, it successively became productive again and is now Serbia’s main maker of Pinot Noir.

The view on the mountains close to the Pocerina region
Landscapes of Pocerina Region, one of the most mountinous Serbian wine regions

Grape Varieties

65% of the Serbia wine country vineyards are planted with white grapes, among which the most common is the native variety called Smederevka. The Smederevka wine is produced in large quantities and, as a result, it lacks a bit in quality; indeed, it is often blended with Laski Riesling, and the final product is a light and acid white wine. Other white grapes grown and processed in Serbian wine regions are Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc.

As far as red wines, the most planted native grape is Prokupac. This variety is used to create a, strangely, ruby-coloured rosé.


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Wine Regions in Serbia

Banat of Serbia
Banat wine region is a great destination with a broad offering of wineries with wine tasting and tours. On our website you can book your visits in order to be prepared for your time in the region.
Kosovo
You can experience amazing wine tasting and tour activities at the various wineries in Kosovo . On our site you can read all about this regions to be prepared for your stay.
Nišava
Nišava wine region is a great destination with a broad offering of wineries with wine tasting and tours. On our website you can book your visits in order to be prepared for your time in the region.
Pocerina
Pocerina has a large number of wineries that offer wine tasting and tour. Visit our website to book beautiful wine-filled experiences and learn more about the wine region.

Wine Appellations in Serbia

Čačansko–kraljevački
Explore what makes wines from Čačansko–kraljevački in Šumadija, Serbia remarkable

Wineries in Serbia

Djurdjic Winery
Serbian boutique winery in the magnificent town of Sremski Karlovci
Pik Oplenac
Winery combining tradition with the latest technology to make recognizable wines
Plavinci Winery
A small family winery making 100% vegan wines using rare grape varieties
Winery Jeremic
Family winery in Smederevo established in 2010 producing exquisite wines

Wine Tasting & Tours in Serbia

Wine tasting and tour at PIK Oplenac
Visit their winery for a unique Wine Tasting & Tour experience and delicious cuisine at PIK Oplenac
Wine tasting and tour at Plavinci Winery
A lovely Wine Tasting & Tour session with the company of the winemaker at Plavinci Winery
Wine tasting and tour at Winery Jeremic
Get introduced to winemaking and taste their old and young wines at Winery Jeremic Wine Tasting & Tour

Wineries in Serbia

Discover the long wine tradition of Serbia and discover some of the best wineries in this country

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