Molovin Winery

When the time comes to valorise the tourist contribution of the count family Odeskalki to the development of viticulture and winemaking in Srem, the Šid based Molovin Winery (Vinarija Molovin) will become one of the unavoidable points of attraction within a new agenda. The counts Odeskalki were present at properties in Bikić Do, Molovin, Erdevik and at Irig area where they paid special attention to planting of grapevine, wine making and erecting of wine cellars, hence by coming to the Molovin Winery you will become aware of the fact that in vineyards of the western Srem the culture of nurturing grapevine and pouring of excellent wine has been present for over 130 years thanks to counts Odeskalki.

Therefore, it does not come as a surprise that grapevine stems aged from twenty to sixty years can be found across 34 acres of vineyards of this winery in Molovin, as well as that new plantations of grapevine have been planted across 17 acres. The assortment[1] of grapes they opted for include: Rhine Riesling, Italian Riesling, Traminer, Cabernet Sauvignon, Frankovka, Merlot, Pinot Noir and Probus.

The quality grape yield is converted into two wine lines Poligraf and Inat through a controlled manufacturing process. The above-mentioned wine lines are Poligraf Cuveé (white, red and rose), Inat Traminer, Inat Frankovka and Inat Rose as well as exclusive wines Inat Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot (2010) and Inat Reserve Rhine Riesling (2014). The wines are made from nurtured grapes coming from their own vineyards, strongly coloured by Fruška Gora terroir, whose quality is persistently created and nurtured with each picking. The hedonistic enjoyment acquired through drinking wine made by this winery is the result of honouring tradition and contemporary oenological procedures, creativity and dedication of contemporary wine makers headed by the oenologist Marko Malićanin, PhD.

The confirmation of quality comes in the form of golden recognition for  Inat Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot at a prestigious wine appraisement in Vienna, The International Wine Challenge – AWC Vienna 2016. The winery is undergoing the process of certification for obtaining the prestigious IFS Food that stands for high quality and safety of products, which is a condition for wine distribution through internationally recognized sales chains.

The visitors shall have an opportunity to enjoy themselves in wines from the Molovin Winery as well as in an elegant and immaculately designed wine tasting space that can host up to thirty persons at the moment.

The tour programme, subject to previous arrangement, can include the tour of the vineyard and winery, the story about the history of winery, the tour of a barrique hall, wine presentation through tasting and purchase, snacks for separation of wine, which can be in the form of selection of dried meat products from Srem and selection of cheese. The future plans include projects for extension of tourist part that will extend to construction of the hotel in the second stage.

The announcement is mandatory.
Zlatka Šnajdera Street 2, Šid
Phone: +381 (0)66 880 2783

Text: Gordana Stojaković
Photographs: Aleksandar Milutinović
Tourism Organisation of the City of Novi Sad is not responsible for changes in information and services.
The text posted in: September 2021

[1]Transcription of the grape assortment names is given according to: Cindrić, Petar and Vladimir Kovač (2007) “Vinogradarstvo i vina“ (“Viticulture and Wines“) Fruška Gora. Ed. Nebojša Jovanović and Jelica Nedić. Pg. 498. Beograd: Zavod za udžbenike.


Zlatka Šnajdera 2, Šid