The World of Graševina abounds in events which take place all the year and are worth visiting. Here you will find some of them you should not miss.
The festival dedicated to the most important Croatian variety takes place in June. Besides wine tastings and evaluations, the festival also comprises workshops, various entertainment programs, a rich gastronomic offer and a special event – The Night of Open Cellars.Learn more
The celebration of St. Vinko’s Day at the end of January marks the beginning of vine pruning. This event revives various traditional customs and it is accompanied by an excellent gastronomic offer.Learn more
The celebration of St. Martin’s Day, perhaps the most important viticultural holiday, offers visitors a three-hour walk through Krndija region and the wine routes of the Kutjevo wine region, along with the humorous wine baptism ceremony itself, and the tasting of various delicious dishes.Learn more
Požega town celebrates its day on March 12th in memory of the victory over the Ottomans which was led by the famous friar Luka Ibrišimović. Winegrowers celebrate this day in a special way. They present their best wines, prepare plenty of food, invite their friends, and shoot small cannons and mortars from the hills around Požega.Learn more
The Slavonian Banovac Fair is held in Pakrac in mid-October. In addition to the abundant fair offer, the most important part of the program are all the activities for the presentation of medieval customs and traditions with particular emphasis on the banovac coin as part of the heritage Pakrac is known for.Learn more
The Golden String Festival of Slavonia, today known as Aurea Fest, is the largest tambura festival in Croatia. It was launched under the name First Slavonian Music Festival in 1969. Everyone who stands out in tambura music performed at this festival, and every year the program delights all tambura lovers.Learn more
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