Srem wine-growing region
Spreading of the wine-growing region
Srem wine-growing region is located on the slopes of Fruška Gora mountain facing the river Danube (to the North) and Sava river (in the South), excluding the National Park “Fruška Gora”.
Wine-growing region included municipalities
Srem wine-growing region includes the territory of the municipalities of Bačka Palanka, Beočin, Novi Sad, Sremski Karlovci, Šid, Sremska Mitrovica, Ruma, Inđija, Stara Pazova and Irig.
Total wine-growing region surface
Srem wine-growing region occupies an area of 86 715.92 hectares. As part of the Srem wine-growing region, there is only one wine-growing subregion – Fruška Gora.
Fruška Gora wine-growing subregion
Spreading of the wine-growing subregion
Fruška Gora wine-growing subregion is located in major wine-growing fields at the slopes of the Fruška Gora mountain and surrounds the area of National Park “Fruška Gora”.
Wine-growing subregion included municipalities
Fruška Gora wine-growing subregion includes parts of municipalities Neštin, Susek, Sviloš, Banoštor, Čerević, Rakovac, Ledinci, Sremska Kamenica, Novi Sad II, Petrovaradin, Sremski Karlovci, Bukovac, Čortanovci, Beška, Krčedin, Novi Slankamen, Stari Slankamen, Molovin, Sot, Ljuba, Vizić, Đipša, Divoš, Ležimir, Grabovo, Manđelos, Grgurevci, Šuljam, Bešenovo Prnjavor, Bešenovo selo, Mala Remeta, Stejanovci, Jazak Prnjavor, Jazak selo, Vrdnik, Pavlovci, Rivica, Irig, Neradin, Grgetek, Bankovci, Šatrinci, Dobrodol, Velika Remeta, Krušedol Prnjavor, Maradik, Ljukovo, Berkasovo, Šid, Privina Glava, Gibarac, Bačinci, Kukujevci, Erdevik, Bingula and Čalma, and municipality Krušedol village.