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Vine cuttings of the Wine Variety

Vines of the wine variety

The most famous autochthonous wine varieties here are Vranac, Prokupac, white and black Tamjanika and others. In areas with a mild climate and enough hours of sunshine, wine grape varieties can be grown with outstanding results. These varieties are often known for their complex flavors and aromas, as well as their aging potential.
Essentially, vine grafting is an indispensable part of viticulture in Serbia. Thanks to the vine production technique, winegrowers can choose the best varieties for their climate and create wines that reflect the specificities of our country. Without the grapevine, the Serbian wine scene would not be as rich and diverse as it is today.


Cuttings of Burgundac grapes come from France. It is believed to have originated in Burgundy as a result of a mutation in the Burgundac crni cultivar (Pinot noir). According to ampelographic and other characteristics, it belongs to the group of Burgundy varieties, which differ from each other in the ripening period of the grapes, the color of the peel of the berries, agrobiological properties, characteristics of the wine, etc. Moderately fertile, moderately calcareous, sandy and warmer soils are most suitable for growing this variety.

Ripening period: mid-August.


The vine graft of the Prokupac wine variety is a domestic variety. He is known as Rskavac, Kameničarka, Crnka. Extremely fertile, lush shoots. Pink and red wine were obtained, it is exceptional for the production of grape brandy.

Maturation period: Early October


Zupljanka is a wine variety of white grapes created by fertilization of “black” parents: Prokupac and Pinot Noir. According to the results of scientific tests that confirmed good yield, high sugar content in grapes (about 21%, and in good years up to 24%) and total acidity (8-11 g / l), but also good resistance to gray mold, this is variety the most successful mixed breed prof. D. Milisavljević and his associates. Due to the upright growing shoots, it is suitable for machine cultivation of vineyards. So far, it is mostly grown in the Fruška Gora vineyards, but its planting is also recommended in other vineyard areas. At the same time, care should be taken about its sensitivity to downy mildew and the possibility of freezing in winter (therefore, appropriate protection should be implemented and planting in cold lower positions should be avoided). By processing its grapes, wines of exceptional quality are obtained, which is confirmed by the example that in 1979 she was declared the champion at the evaluation in Ljubljana.

Maturation period: Early October


The vine coil of the Sauvignon wine variety has a yellow-green grain with a specific smell. Sauvignon is one of the best white wine varieties.
Maturation period: end of September.


Traminac is a wine grape variety, which is traditionally grown in the area of ​​Ilok, where it finds optimal pedoclimatic conditions. He was sent to those parts in 1710. brought by Prince Odeschalchi from South Tyrol, and was named after the place Tramin, where his breeding began. Traminac from Ilok is the leading wine among European Traminer, which is supported by the fact that it was served at the coronation ceremony of Queen Elizabeth II of England, and before that it was included among the wines served at the English royal court. The Ilok Traminer grape variety is of medium yield, but it achieves a high percentage of sugar and an optimal content of total acids, which is achieved by earlier harvest. The wine obtained from such grapes has an exceptional aroma because it achieves a harmony of alcohol and acids, golden-yellow color and can be dry or semi-dry. Traminac is a wine that is constantly sought after by lovers of a very developed taste.

Maturation period: end of September


The vine coil of the Italian Riesling wine variety (Italian Riesling, Graševina, Grašac, Laško Riesling) is of insufficiently clear origin. According to some sources, it is a Western European variety, and according to old domestic sources, it is identified with the autochthonous variety Grašac, which was grown on Fruška gora in the pre-phylloxera period. It is currently the leading wine variety in the entire Pannonian Plain.
The vine is of medium lushness. The leaf is of medium size, five-parted. The cluster is small, cylindrical, with a wing. The berries are small, round, with a clearly prominent navel, greenish-yellow, juicy.

Maturation period: end of September


Muscat otonel is a graft of wine variety originating from Hungary. It is grown in Vojvodina, and sporadically in central Serbia. The cluster is small, cylindrical-conical, weighing 100-150g. The berry is small, round, of medium thickness, yellow-green in color. It ripens early, at the end of the first epoch. It accumulates up to 24% of sugar, in the suvarka phase up to 30%. It has a little acid: 5-7g / l. It produces top quality Muscat wines that are often used to repair the taste and aroma of other wine varieties. Since it ripens early, looks and smells nice, it can also be found on the local markets as a table variety.

Maturation period: end of September


Merlot is a wine variety originating from France. The grapes contain up to 24% sugar and the wines are beautifully colored, harmonious, very refreshing and have a varietal taste and aroma.

Maturation period: end of September


Frankovka is a favorite wine variety because it gives a refreshing ruby-colored wine.

Maturation period: end of September


Cabernet Sauvignon vine seedlings are distributed all over the world, they originate from France. A lot of sugar from 20% to 24% can accumulate in the clusters, so the wines are strong, harmonious, dark pink in color and with an aroma reminiscent of the smell of forest violets.

Maturation period: end of September


The game is suitable for blends with other varieties.

Maturation period: end of September


It is a domestic variety widespread in Montenegro, Macedonia and Serbia. In our conditions, it ripens at the end of September and is a very productive variety. Ripe grapes accumulate up to 24% of sugar and give intensely colored, drinkable, harmonious wine with special properties.

Maturation period:  end of September


Incense is an old tame type of grapevine. It has a special taste and smell (it can be felt a few meters when it is ripe), hence the name. It begins to ripen in mid-September, and on mature grains the epidermis shoots. The full taste and smell (almost smoky) can be felt only when the fruit is fully ripe and when it reaches full sweetness, and that is somewhere in the middle of October. The fruit is dark purple in color, the grains are almost regular balls, 10-15 mm in size, and sometimes even up to 20.
This grape is used to make the wine of the same name. From the fruit of incense, white wines can be found on the market, but little is known that there is also black incense. we offer black and white incense.

Maturation period: end of September


Well-known domestic variety. It is most often used for blending and fresh. It has a high fertility.

Maturation period: end of September


Well-known domestic variety. It is often used fresh. It is very native and has a lot of grape juice with a pleasant taste and aroma, with a taste reminiscent of vanilla. It is most often used in blends.

Maturation period: end of September


Rhine Riesling is a German wine variety widespread in our country. Poorly yielding variety, but the wines are fresh and harmonious with a very pleasant aroma.

Maturation period: end of September


French wine variety. It gives strong, harmonious wines with a specific bouquet. It is highly valued on the world market. The variety has been very common in our country lately.

Maturation period: mid-August


Domestic variety. It gives high yields. It matures in the third epoch. Distinctly a wine variety. The broad is very colored with a sugar content in the width of 19-21%. The wine is harmonious and reminiscent of Game. It is most often used for blending.

Maturation period: mid-August