Wine production in these areas was mention for the first time by Roman Emperor Probus who brought vine to Croatian Danube region, thus creating a wine-growing region of Baranja, which owes her name from two Hungarian words: ‘Bor’ – meaning wine and ‘Anya’ – meaning mother, so this creates a picturesque meaning ‘mother of wine’.

Belje is the biggest grape producer from the own vineyards and cultivates the international varieties: Graševina, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Frankovka and regularly harvests medals on the global wine scene.

In addition to famous white wines from Baranja, we have arrival of the red wines on the scene, which is expected due to the favourable micro-climate of Banovo Brdo with the help of two powerful rivers: Danube and Drava which create an ideal ratio of sunlight and raindrops, which in turn results with the fullness of taste and aroma in each bottle of Vina Belje wines.