PP Orahovica is located in the untouched area of eastern Croatia, at the territory between the river Drava in the north and the slopes of Papuk and Krndija in the northwest, along the edges of the Nature Park Papuk.
To grow beautiful grapes, the vine needs soil, water and sun, but the specific character of the wine is determined by the unique conditions and microclimate in which the grapes grow. It gives the wine complexity and the taste of the place where it is grown.
The well-known winegrower Martin Nagy built the old wine cellar in 1894. Nowadays the wine is produced in a modern way in the winery of PP Orahovica, but the barrels of the old cellar are not empty. The wine is stored there carefully in ideal conditions.
The grape varietals grown at PP Orahovica are: Graševina; Frankovka, Pinot Gris, Rhein Riesling, Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Silvanac green.
From PP Orahovica we have the following wines in our range: Orahovica Graševina 2013, Orahovica Frankovka Rosé 2014 and Orahovica Frankovka Vrhunsko 2012