Under the same roof, there are three diverse program wholes – the museum dedicated to Đura Jakšić, a gallery space and a center for the promotion of the wines and brandies of Šumadija.
Travelling along the cheese and honey paths is for all those searching for new and old flavors, as well as the pleasure of discovering new places, cultures, customs, traditions, natural beauties and new attractions.
On the northern slopes of Fruška Gora Mount, on the very riverbank of the Danube, Banoštor – a lovely village visited by the lovers of good wines – lies.
Amongst the nice souvenirs you can take with you are Ethno Food jars, which are not only tasty, but also perfectly wrapped up as souvenirs “with the essentials of Serbian tastes”, gingerbread hearts from Vrnjačka Banja Spa and Maruška Studio’s silk sashes.
The Publication is an ideal reading matter for all those domestic and foreign visitors who want to gain an experience of a wine adventure throughout Serbia, taste Serbian wines in the cellars where such wines are produced.
Serbian gastronomy is built of special tastes and scents. It is specific for the Serbs to welcome their guests with unleavened round cake and salt, sweet and water, and a little glass of plum brandy, a favorite national drink.
Bermet is a special dessert wine only produced in Serbia. The history of the wine was for the first time written in Fruška Gora Mount in the 18th century.
“Sahlash” denotes a separate agricultural estate, an isolated island in the midst of fertile ploughland. They are a distinctive phenomenon of the Pannonian lowlands; the closest to it are the terms “ranch” and “farm” in English.
There is a belief among the Serbs that the best place for the foundation of a new house is where a plum tree bears abundant fruits. It is believed that such a house is always a joyful place for its dwellers, and exudes health and progress.