Komazec Winery

The Komazec Winery is located in Inđija, a well-organized urban center known for its lively economic and, in recent years, touristic development. This winery’s offer of excellent wines is one of those experiences that visitors to the Inđija side of the Fruška Gora mountain should not miss. The tradition of winemaking, which has been nurtured by Rade Komazec for decades, and continued by his son Branislav in the last decade, bears the spirit and strength of Dalmatia, refined by the generous soil of Fruška Gora. The Komazec family has always had good wine, both for their own enjoyment and for their guests, so in 2017 they founded a family winery. They planted vineyards on the southern slopes of the Fruška Gora mountain near the Grgeteg monastery, in a place where vines have always been grown and where the systems for lowering grapes into the monastery cellars are still visible. They opted for vine grafts from Italy, and for autochthonous grape varieties[1] that can satisfy many wine tastes: palava (traminac and müller turgau), chardonnay, rhine riesling, sila, morava, petra, pannonia, bačka, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot, probus and carménère. The wines here are obtained from their own vineyards, where every step is controlled with the knowledge, creativity and dedication of the father and son – the winemakers, with the advice of oenologist Jovan Popov.

They offer: Palava of Komazec Winery, Chardonnay of Komazec Winery, Rhine Riesling of Komazec Winery, Gazdino Belo of Komazec Winery, Petra of Komazec Winery, Rose of Komazec Winery, Merlot of Komazec Winery, Cabernet Sauvignon of Komazec Winery, Cabernet Franc of Komazec Winery, Gazdino Crveno of Komazec Winery, Probus of Komazec Winery, Carménère of Komazec Winery, White Bermet of Komazec Winery and Red Bermet of Komazec Winery. These are the wines to enjoy, the ones that tell about the winemaker’s love for wines, the tradition of growing, caring for and controlling the quality of grapes, and about the power of the Fruška Gora terroir in a way that amazes everyone who tries it. This is evidenced by awards, including: Decanter World Wine Awards – London, 2022 (bronze medal Palava of Komazec Winery, 2021 and Rose of Komazec Winery, 2021); The Balkans International Wine Competition and Festival (BIWC) 2021 (gold medal Palava of Komazec Winery, 2020 and Rose of Komazec Winery, 2020, silver medal Chardonnay of Komazec Winery, 2020); BIWC 2022 (gold medal Palava of Komazec Winery, 2021 and Gazdino Crveno of Komazec Winery, 2019, silver medal Rose of Komazec Winery, Chardonnay of Komazec Winery and Petra of Komazec Winery (all three vintage 2021). The wines of this winery have been awarded multiple times at wine fairs in: Inđija, Alibunar, Vrsac, Temerin, Berkasovo, Nestina, Orlovat, Paracin and at the Novi Sad Fair 2021, where the wines of the 2020 vintage of the Komazec Winery Rose, Komazec Winery Palava and Komazec Winery Chardonnay were overall winners in the respective categories. Association of Grape and Wine Producers with the designation of geographical origin “Srem – Fruška gora” included Rosé of Komazec Winery and Merlot of Komazec Winery among the Top 50 wines of Fruška gora.

The Komazec family are planning to build a tasting room, restaurant and accommodation. Tasting and purchase are possible with prior notice at the headquarters of the winery in Inđija. The selection of wines, accompanied by sommelier tips, wine and other stories, often end with the discovery of new wine tastes here, which then become the ones that are regularly enjoyed.

Announcement is mandatory.
118 Jovana Popovića Street, Indjija
Phone: +381 (0)63 472 173; +381 (0)63 472 044
E-mail: vinarija@komazec.rs
Text: Gordana Stojaković
Photos: Aleksandar Milutinović
The Tourist Organization of the City of Novi Sad is not responsible for changes in information and services.
Text posted in August 2022.

[1] The transcription of the names of the grape varieties are given according to Cindrić, Petar and Vladimir Kovač (2007) “Viticulture and wines.” Fruška gora. ed. Nebojša Jovanović and Jelica Nedić. p. 498. Belgrade: Institute for Textbooks


118 Jovana Popovića Street, Indjija