Bulevar Vojvode Stepe 12
21000 Novi Sad
Tel: +381 (0)21 6417 811
Fax: +381 (0)21 6400 082
Dobanovački put 58
11070 Zemun (Altina)
Tel.: +381 (0)11 2193 621
Fax: +381 (0)11 3162 918
Tel: +381 (0)64 8415 937
Tel: +381 (0)63 663 883
JVJV Corp is the strongest wine distributor in the territory of Vojvodina and one of the largest in the territory of Serbia. In its product range, it has represented domestic and foreign wineries, and in its range has over 1000 labels. We are engaged in making of wine map, staff training and direct sales.
Located in Lozovik, on the beautiful hills above Jagodina, on undulating area where Sumadija is looking at Pomoravlje.
Consistent to themselves, of restless and talented spirit, Spasics have entered the winemaking history of Zupa.
The winery of the new era of Serbian wine. The vineyards are located on Fruska Gora, in Cortanovci,on the location of central Breg, the other half of the vineyard is on Banstol.
By choosing a different path, the family Jelic begins their wine story in 2012, among four rivers and four mountains, on the banks of the mythical Pannonian Sea near Valjevo.
Gratitude and devotion to Negotins fertile land, shaped through decades of nurturing of family tradition of winemaking, are the foundation on which arises the Matalj winery.
Smederevo - the city which is located in the southern part of the Pannonian Plain and northern part of Sumadija hills, in the area bordered by the Danube and Velika Morava, can only have one destiny: to be the capital of wine.
Winery from Irig, with a tradition of grape growing longer than 100 years, in 2001 is building a new winery in which is installed modern wine equipment.
The winery is located on the eastern shore of Lake Palic,at the very north of Serbia and was built in the Art Nouveau style, characteristic for the traditional architecture of Palic.
Wine cellar Radovanovic is located in the heart of Sumadija, in Krnjevo. It is a modern wine cellar, which strives towards excellence and uniqueness.
The day of St. Tryphon, the patron saint of vineyards and wine growers, is linked to the establishment of vineyards on the Belo Brdo, at the foot of Fruska Gora. On the north slope that gently descends towards the Danube.
The tradition of winemaking dates back to 1830, whenStevan bought his first field and on it, he raised the first vineyard composed of old, autochthonous grapevine varieties, typical for this area.
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