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Erdut – Wine museum

Erdut – Wine museum
The Slavonian town of Erdut, located in the famous vine-growing region, plans to build a wine museum which would be an integral part of the Archaeological Park in Dalj, by the end of this year. In addition to the wine route, in the Erdut wine growing area which is visited daily by an ever growing number of lovers of good wine and nature, the wine museum will enrich the tourist offer of this region famous for its natural beauty and rich cultural and historical heritage.

The wine growing area of Erdut, located between the Drava River in the north and the Danube River in the east, is regarded as one of the most attractive wine-growing regions in Slavonia. Most vineyards are located on the slopes of the Erdut-Dalj Mountains. It is a protected picturesque landscape in which vines have been grown even during the Roman rule.

In the Erdut area there is an increasing number of family farms where tourists can enjoy authentic cuisine on offer, and there is a large number of quality wine makers who offer high quality wines from their cellars: Erdut Graševina, Pinot Grigio, Traminac, Chardonnay, Green Silvaner, Riesling and Zweigelt.

One of the largest barrels with a capacity of 75 000 liters, made from 150 year old oak which is listed in the Guinness Book of Records can be found in Erdut.

There are several exceptionally attractive areas suitable for hunting and fishing in the borough of Erdut.

Erdut was first mentioned in 1335 as Erdöd and in 1472 as a city Castelum Erdeed. The name Erdut derives from a local Hungarian name, and means forest path.

The Tourist Board of the Osijek-Baranja County
www.tzosbarzup.hr

The Borough of Erdut
www.opcina-erdut.com

 
 

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