Guaranteed quality, sunny hospitality (part 1)

Guaranteed quality, sunny hospitality

Whether we come to Serbia from the south, north, east or west, we need to know that they are welcome in this noble country. Serbia is home to untouched nature, healthy food, but also the cradle of grapes and wine, viticulture and winemaking.

The northern wine regions of Serbia are located in the latitude of Bordeaux and the southern wine regions in the latitude of Tuscany. Depending on their geographical location, they have similar vineyards and, in some places, a variety of varieties as the truly “mainstream” areas mentioned above. However, we are not looking for Bordeaux brands or wines inspired by Supertoscans.

Did you know that in Serbia almost 90 percent of the total wine stock is consumed within the country? Exports are only around ten percent and come mainly from the lower price segment. Wineries are therefore very grateful to be able to export their wines and fight a lot for these opportunities.

Winemaking is a tradition in itself, with about 700 wines known in Serbia!


Differences in the composition of the terrain, the climate and other factors are reflected in the variety and quality of the grapes, including the variety and taste of the wines.

It is no coincidence that professional, experienced winemakers would deserve more attention, as they have been producing wine in Serbia for more than two thousand years.


It is quite extraordinary that the first vineyards planted date back to the time of Emperor Marcus Aurelius Probus, in the vicinity of Szerémség (then Sirmijum).

Vineyards in the embrace of rivers

Most vineyards are located along rivers in southern, western and Greater Moravia in central Serbia, and along the Sava, Tisza and Danube in Vojvodina. The highest quality wines, usually named after the production areas, are usually produced here.

Wine is consumed daily by locals, restaurants, taverns, bars, cafes, clubs and other eateries have an abundance on offer. Of course, it’s best to drink in the cellars, where the old wine cellars almost tell stories about the grapes, the way they are made, and local legends.

Quality of wines

The quality of Serbian wines depends, among other things, on the large number of small producers and their development and financial opportunities. From this point of view, it may be easier to interpret that, although their wine production is not small, they are sold in a limited number of places.

For a time (although progress is unbroken) this will certainly remain the case, with all the positive consequences of being consumed by the final consumer. Literally, as the emphasis is still on quality at the moment, it is based on the simple fact that a potential Serbian wine consumer is left with an option: he is forced to find out more about it than when buying an average European purchase.

And the above, which creates a real competitive situation, further raises the quality expectations of the consumer society, which suggests (in terms of its obviously predictable success) that Serbian wine regions will play a significant, perhaps dominant, role in the world’s wine society in the future. .

It is a strange but realistic vision that the Serbian wine regions will be able to serve the growing camp of really high quality wine lovers with ease. We are confident that any wine region in Serbia will be able to impress even the greatest gourmets, as this ability is present in every corner of Serbia with millennial knowledge.

A wine-loving society everywhere in the world means the same, wants the same: quality, novelty, innovation, and most importantly, the wonderful moments and flavors that the divine nectar provides.

A DKMT Wine project one of his basic commitments is to solve these problems, so it is worth keeping an eye on the continuation of the article for all concerned.

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