On the slopes of Fruška Gora, in the town of Sremska Kamenica, there is a vineyard and Šukac cellar, owned by Savo Savić. In the Savić family, the tradition of growing grapes is over 150 years old. In 1854, Jova Savić, Sava’s great-grandfather, came to Kamenica, and planted his first vine. The love for grapes and wine has been passed on from generation to generation. Sava’s grandfather Vlada made a quality wine that has been served in the best Novi Sad restaurants. So he taught his descendants that the quality of wine is the most important. The family had previously owned much more land covered in vineyards. Today however, on 2,5 hectares the grapes are grown from which the wines are made: Italian Riesling, Župljanka, Rubinet, white and red Bermet. Today most of the wines are kept in inox drums. Combining the tradition with cutting-edge technology, Sava only continues what his ancestors have started.