Tri međe i oblak Winery

In the municipal area of Neštin Road sprinkled with gravel, the one that leads above the settlement to the fields dotted with wheat, orchards and vineyards, there is a route by which you come to surprises that should not be missed. Here, in the sea of ​​abundance, which is given by cultivated land in summer, in the middle of the vineyards you will see the red roof of a house of unusual mosaic weaving, which all together makes the image of a baroque, rustic landscape. Tri međe i oblak Winery (Vinarija Tri međe i oblak) is located amidst the idyllic peace and quiet of the field.

When you step into the harmonious building of the winery, you realize that the owner, architect Vladimir Dragičević, designed and realized his own creative talents here, and with knowledge and great work created a place of beauty, comfort and enjoyment. The winery he owns was founded in 2016 on the land where grapevines have been grown for more than a century and a half.

On the short road from the address where he lives to the winery and vineyard, Dragičević has to cross two borders and the third one – the state border with Croatia. The absurdity of the delimitation of this part of the land under the sun is neutralized by the fact that the squall weather, which always comes here from the west, beings good clouds that have not damaged crops and vineyards for a century and a half.

The vineyards of the Dragičević family on the stretches of Petrov breg in Neštin and Rastovo towards Vizić carry the following grape assortments[1]: Sauvignon Blanc, Grašac, Cabernet Sauvignon, Muscat Hamburg and Vranac. The wine offer includes: Pagan rosé wine (Cabernet Sauvignon, Muscat Hamburg and Vranac), Vagabundo white wine (Sauvignon Blanc and Grašac) and Vagabundo red wine (Cabernet Sauvignon and Vranac). The complexity, balance and freshness of these wines are born in the vineyard on the Fruška Gora land, sun and climate.

The sur lie method is also applied here, when white wine is left on a small amount of healthy sediment, and then mixed at certain intervals in order to be enriched with fragrant substances. Before being offered to customers, the wine is stored by keeping the red wine in a barrel for a year and another half a year in the bottle, the white wine for ten months in the barrel and up to four months in the bottle, and the rose wine for ten months in stainless steel tanks.

For Vladimir Dragičević, wines are a primordial story that begins with the care of the grapevine and the transformation of grapes into wine, which, unlike many achievements of civilization, has not essentially changed. It is the same joy of creating wine and happiness in drinking it as well as the need to combine wine joy with gastronomic pleasures, singing, story telling and other gifts of the human soul.

The visitors will enjoy a tour of the Tri međe i oblak Winery, where the barrique hall is on the lowest level, a hall with stainless steel tanks and a wine processing area on the ground floor, and a wine tasting room raised like a command bridge of an elegant ocean cruiser. Here, as in an observatory, which can accommodate sixteen people, the visitors will be able to enjoy the view of the fields under the vineyards with wine in the summer and in the winter by the fireplace to listen to the winds roaring through the countryside.

The programme for visitors, in addition to wine tasting and buying, and snacks for separating wine (own cured meat products and local cheese), includes a story about the origin of the winery and wines, something about the history of Neštin and a tour of a hundred-year-old vineyard keepers’ cottage, which is the future apartment accommodation. By prior arrangement, a different choice of dishes is possible. For organized groups, a fish pot can be organized under the canopy, which can accommodate fifteen people. Tri međe i oblak Winery is most often the choice of fans of a measured, but refined atmosphere that already gathers the clientele that is exclusively informed through direct impressions. An announcement is required for all the visitors.

Announcement is mandatory.
Dunavska Street bb, Neštin
Phone: +381 (0)64 864 1519

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


Dunavska bb, Neštin