⁂ 1,2 hectares
Devas - Irig
It is in the vicinity of the National park 240-250 m above sea level. The soil is heavy vertisol, it contains red and black clay, with hydrated lime veins, some limonite limestone, it is located on half a metre-deep layer of slate. Its position is mainly eastern.
40% Furmint, 30% Kadarka, 30% Linden Leaf (Hárslevelű)
Cultivation: low cordon
Average yield: 0,7-1 kg/vine
Vine density: 6000
Year of planting: 2010
A sorb tree can be found among the grapes which is under protection as Empress Maria Theresa had it planted in the XVIII century.
Jupiter-like character - cheerful, elegant, airier than the wines of Kanias.
⁂ 3,3 hectares
Kanias – Neradin
It is directly neighbouring the National park, on the tributary of the Neradin creek, above the dried-out riverbed of Kanjež, 270-290 m above the sea level. The soil is very heavy vertisol, it contains red and black clay, and some loess. Geologically, it is a combination of eroded limonite limestone, blue conglomerate, slate. It has a high iron content. Its position is primarily southwestern, and the forests provide the adequate cold climate. This is where the grapes awake and ripen the latest.
40% Furmint, 25% Kadarka, 30% Pinot noir
5% Syrmia Green
Cultivation: low cordon and gobelet (bush vine)
Average yield: 0,5-1 kg/vine
Vine density: 5500-6000
Year of planting: 2009, 2011
The tolling of the bell from the Grgeteg monastery can be heard in the vineyard.
Venus-like character, luxurious, round, full, it is a terroir from which flavour rich wines originate. Its acid forming quality is better than on Devas.
2 new hectares of Kadarka were planted during 2017 and 2018. There are another 6 hectares which can be used.
⁂ 0,9 hectares
KEW – Irig
It is on the territory of the Fruška Gora National Park on serpentinite rock which is 290-315 m above sea level. Geological base is enriched by limonite limestone and dolomite. It has a high magnesium content. The soil is forest type with red clay, and the bit of loess. It is the most special and the stoniest vineyard in Serbia, it is grown on 40-60 cm soil covering a cracked rock. It is steep with an incline of 15-25%. Its position is western. When the summers are dry, there is no yield. It had its first yield 5 years after planting.
90% Furmint, 10% Kadarka
Cultivation: gobelet (bush vine)
Average yield: 0,2-0,5 kg/vine
Vine density: 6500
Year of planting: 2010
Serpentinite is an ultrabasic metamorphic magmatic rock. Mineral olivine turns into serpentinite in hot water solutions. Its colour is primarily blue-green, but it can be yellow, red, and it can have white spots. As the name indicates, it is believed to protect from snake bites. It is also responsible for magnetic anomalies of the mountain.
Mars-like character – powerful, energic, terroir suitable for extremely mineral wines.