We are happy to have once again in our portfolio a Graševina from Slavonia, an important wine region in central Croatia. More specifically, the Adžić Graševina comes from Kutjevo, in the Požega valley, also called Vallis Aurea by the Romans — the Golden Valley. This fertile valley has been inhabited since prehistory. Cistercians monks brought winegrowing and winemaking to the region in the 13th century. The wine cellar they built in Kutjevo in 1232 is still producing wines, making it the oldest continuously-operated winery in Croatia.
Located in the northern part of Požega Valley, on the slopes of the Papuk and Krndija mountains, Kutjevo is one of the most famous Croatian wine regions and Graševina is its most famous wine. Also called Welschriesling, Graševina is well adapted to the region’s cool springs, warm autumns and southward facing vineyards.
The tireless Antun Adžić has become a significant Slavonian winemaker since the creation of the family winery in 1995. This is because people in Croatia and abroad have started noticing the quality of his Graševina, a light-straw colored wine with an attractive floral and honeyed note on the nose, a nicely rounded body on the palate and a fresh, crisp, herbal finish.