Located in Northern-Serbia, on the western shore of the Palicsi Lake, one can find the marvellous Zvonko Bogdan Winery built in a secessionist style. Belonging to the winery, there is a vineyard stretching across 56 hectares which can be subdivided into 3 distinct parts: ludasi, radići and palicsi properties. Furthermore, there are 4 types of white grapes – pinot blanc, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay and pinot gris, - as well as 3 kinds of red grapes - merlot, cabernet franc, blue-frankish – grown there. As for the upper layer, the land is covered with brown earth. However, below that, the soil is rich in minerals and enjoys an ample supply of water which, according to a recent research, is similar to that of territories located in Pomerou, France.

The grape-processing is carried out in a rather modern way; they use cutting-edge French machines that are built upon German and Slovenian technology. Regarding the capacity, the Zvonko Bogdan winery is capable of producing approximately 400.000 bottles annually. Though, they can only make use of 40% of the previously mentioned 56 hectares, due to the fact that the vast majority of their territories are considerably young meaning that growing grape on those lands is not yet possible.

The very first steps were taken by the owners some 7 years ago, but the improvements have yet to come to an end. Currently, the building of 9 apartments and the construction of a restaurant is going full steam ahead. In relation to the owners, it is worth mentioning that, surprisingly or not, the winery is named after one of them. There is no one in Serbia who would not know Zvonko Bogdan, the famous singer, tambura player. They have a wine, bearing the same name as the winery - 8 Tamburaša -, a screw cap, entrance level base wine produced by the Zvonko Bogdan winery.

As for the style of their wines, they get their barrels for their oxidative wines from Germany, but their most decisive collaborator is a French wineologist whom they frequently work together. It seems, the person in question knows his job, seeing that the Zvonko Bogdan winery exports to Germany, Austria, Denmark, Bosnia-Hercegovina and Montenegro too.

Arriving to the cellars, if one happens to be in the mood for tasting, there are a bunch of options to choose from. Two-, three-, as well as five wine options are available for visitors. The prices of the aforementioned programmes are also fairly reasonable, they vary between 450 and 1300 dinars. All of the programmes are available in English, Hungarian and, of course, Serb languages.