Košutić winery: honouring the tradition of winemaking
Moslavina is made of Roman words, Mons Claudius (the hills of Claudius) and vina is a Croatian word for wines. Moslavina is a hilly region located at the center of Croatia which is probably the oldest hill of Croatia. Located in the hill is Vina Košutić, a well-established winery. The Košutić family has been nourishing family heritage and honouring the tradition of grape growing and wine production. They cultivate several varieties of wine with passion and great enthusiasm. They also put extra effort to grow an indigenous variety of Moslavina, Škrlet.
Discover the unique style of Croatian wines
The winery started with seven rows of vineyards and today have been able to grow and be recognized as an authentic and true reflection of Moslavina’s terroir. The main focus is placed on the cultivation of vines exclusively in their own vineyards.
This is what guarantees complete control over the quality of handpicked grapes from which unique, authentic, flavorful wines with great finesse are obtained
The use of big used oak barrels from the Slavonian Oak helps in the production of premium whites.
Keeping attention to every detail
A lot of effort and little things matter to make fine wines. The massive effort, the attention to detail and winemaker’s unique signature style are often applauded by the wine lovers and are reflected in the wines.
The grape varietals grown in the vineyards of Vino Košutić are Skrlet, Grasevina, Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Muscat and Cabernet Sauvignon. The types of wines made in this winery are red, white, sparkling and dessert wines.