About us

(TRI MEĐE I OBLAK) THREE BORDERS AND THE CLOUD is a story that connects nature, history, people and modern experiences of wine making, relying on tradition but with a vision of the future. The rich viticultural heritage of Fruška gora, the unique terroir and the old vine in the vineyard gives our winery specialness and uniqueness.


Our winery is a family story! In 2011, we took over the old vineyard from the Orlović family from Neštin, which has been cultivating and preserving the tradition of growing vines in Neštin for more than 100 years, and in that way we continued their story. We learned the basics of making wine and growing vines from Slavko, who cultivated the old vineyard of Grašac belog from early childhood until old age and made homemade white and red wine.

We made our first wine in 2012 in a modest earthen hut with an old-fashioned grinder, in glass demijohns and bottled it in the garage. In order to constantly improve, in 2016 we founded our winery set from the very beginning on modern technology, but with a minimum of intervention on grapes and on the experience of the rich viticultural tradition of Fruška gora. The focus of our winery is primarily on the top terroir that this part of Fruška gora has and the proven great potential for making top white and red wines. The name of the winery comes from the specific position of Neštin, a village located in Srem but administratively belonging to the municipality of Bačka Palanka, and in order to reach the vineyard and winery we need to cross two borders with the Republic of Croatia. The third border is a location on which a part of the vineyard is located and it is called the Oak border and the cloud is good and according to the older locals it never brings ice.

The winery is a unique facility, located in the center of the vineyard under the plantation of Grašac beli, which is about 40 years old. We built the wine cellar in 2013, a part for modern grape processing in 2016, so that the facility would be completed with a tasting hall in 2020, which rises above the vineyard itself, providing a beautiful view of the vineyard, the Danube and the village of Neštin.

Neštin is one of the most famous wine-growing places on Fruška gora and is mentioned in historical records about wine from the 18th century. As the tradition of wine production in Neštin was devastated during World War II and the period of socialism, our mission is to show all the potential and uniqueness of the northwest of Fruška gora and this place.

As the most important and autochthonous variety on Fruška gora, we keep Grašac beli, but next to it in the vineyards there are also Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Vranac and Muscat Hamburg. With wines, we strive to achieve balance and complexity, but in a way that we get the most from nature and vineyards and thus preserve the minerality of the soil, the aroma of the climate and the strength and warmth that we get from the sun.


Our idea is to get what is most valuable from nature and Fruška gora, to pour it into wine and save it in a bottle. Responsibility towards family, people, nature, the past of the place and the vine are our guides on the way to make special and different wines.


We try to create wines by hand processing that reflect the year, soil and microclimate of Fruška gora, using modern technology and the latest human knowledge about making wine. With the principle of minimal intervention, we strive to preserve the variety of wine, the characteristics of taroar, but also by working in the winery to obtain complex and rich wines.

By pruning grapes in winter and early spring, green pruning and reduction of yield, we enable the vine to bear fruit with a low yield per vine, which has top quality, aroma, enough sugar and acid to give us quality wine. All grapes are harvested and selected exclusively by hand. The optimal moment of harvest is crucial for the quality of wine, white varieties are harvested at the moment of the best ratio of sugars and acids, when it reaches the appropriate Ph value, while in red we wait for the phenols in the grapes to ripen enough. With the appropriate way of keeping in the cellar, the wines are developed and gained in fullness and complexity. We make white and rosé wines by the sur-lie method of aging on wine yeast lees, partly in stainless steel and partly in the best wooden barrels, while red wine matures in new barrel barrels. We bottle the wines and prepare them for consumption the moment they reach their peak in the bottle, they open and develop, never too young.

Part of the wine comes from our vineyard and part from others that are exclusively from the position around Neštin with constant supervision by our winery. Grašac beli comes from the position of Petrov breg, with 126 mNV, Sauvignon Blanc from the position of ‘growth limits at 242 mNV and Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon from the position of Jabučje at 200 mNV. All vineyards from which we get grapes are between 10 and 40 years old, have a developed root system that reaches deeper, richer and more mineral layers of soil, which is a prerequisite for good wine.



Dry white wine

Sauvignon Blanc 85%, Grašac 15%


Grašac beli

Dry white wine

Grašac 100%



Dry white wine

Chardonnay 100%



Dry rose wine

Cabernet Sauvignon 60%, Vranac 30%, Muscat Hamburg 10%



Red dry wine

Cabernet Sauvignon 90%, Vranac 10%



Sparkling wine

Chardonnay 100%


Fruska Gora

Fruška gora is an island mountain in the Pannonian lowlands, on the northern slopes of which the Danube leans. Due to its unique position and winds, it has always been extremely suitable for growing vines and is one of the oldest wine-growing regions in Europe. Recent research indicates that the vine was grown in the first century during the time of Domitian, 200 years before Marcus Aurelius Probus.


The beginnings of vine growing on Fruška Gora are connected to ancient Rome and the emperor Marcus Aurelius Probus, who lifted the ban on growing vines in the Roman provinces for two centuries and intensified its planting. In the 7th century, Slavs settled in this area and continued to maintain this tradition and produce wine. In the 14th century, the Serbian clergy as well as the people from the southern parts of Serbia came to Fruška Gora and brought new experiences in making wine as well as new varieties, mostly red grapes, which then dominated. However, from the beginning of the 16th century, when the Turks conquered this area, until the signing of the Peace of Karlovac in 1699, when Srem became part of the Habsburg monarchy, viticulture was stagnant. After this event, the areas under the vineyards are expanding again and winemaking is experiencing a real boom. With the appearance of phylloxera in 1881 until 1890, almost all vineyards were destroyed and their restoration took about 30 years.

Neštin is a small place on the northern slope of Fruška gora with a long viticultural and wine tradition, on the edge of which our winery is located. The plots of vineyards are on the plateau above Neštin, which is sunny all day, which is important for ripening and achieving the sweetness of grapes. The wind from the Danube and the temperature difference between day and night give the wine a specific freshness and aroma.

The typical composition of the soil on Fruška gora is wood, loam clay, ie 33% clay, 33% sand, 28% fine powder with lime and other stones, but it varies from one location to another, which gives the vineyards diversity as well as the wines themselves. This soil composition is ideal for growing grapes because the soil does not retain water and is not rich in humus, which is why the vine is not lush and less susceptible to disease. As the Danube River is located on the north side, the microclimate on the north side of the mountain is specific because during the grape ripening period in September and October, warm days and fresh nights help to develop specific aromas and freshness in the wine.

The old vineyards on Fruška gora were once grown next to a stake and cultivated with horsepower in order to switch to a more modern form of cultivation in the second half of the 20th century. The modern cultivation form is in a trellis, with modernism pillars and wire, which enables more efficient and easier processing, protection and harvesting of grapes. The distance between the rows is from 2.3 to 2.5 m, the vines are planted at a distance of 0.8 to 0.9 m and the cultivation form we use is a single-lipped Gyot.


The winery is open to visitors every day, but with prior notice! All wines can be tasted in the winery and appropriate food can be prepared with the wine.


STANDARD - 1400 din
Tour and presentation of the winery and vineyard, rehearsal of 4 wines: 2 white, pink and red

PREMIUM - 1800 din
Tour and presentation of the winery and vineyard, rehearsal of 4 wines: 2 white, pink and red with "Srem plate" (homemade ham, kulen, bacon, cheese, vegetables, olives and pastries)

DE LUX - 2500 din
Tour and presentation of the winery and vineyard, rehearsal of 4 wines: 2 white, pink and red, warm lamb or pork roast in sauce, seasonal salad and pastries

Tri Međe i Oblak
Family Winery

Željka Dragičević, PR

Dunavska bb, 21314 Neštin, Srbija

+381 64 8641519

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