Frequently Asked Questions
Just type Plavinci Winery in Google Maps (or click here). Don’t use Waze, it will lead you in circles.
If you don’t use maps, look at instructions here.
There are no taxis in our village. If you are coming by taxi make sure you arrange for the return trip.
You can also come by city bus no. 302. Get off at Usek station and walk 1km.
We are a small family farm and we don’t have personnel dedicated to receiving the guests. We work in the distant vineyard or winery ourselves and sometimes have to stop the work and prepare for the guests. If you just drop by you may find the gates closed.
So please book here for wine tasting, or call if you just want to stop by to buy wine.
If you called ahead just to buy wine you will find a friendly host and low prices. If you booked wine tasting session you will get some cheese and ham and other home-made products, as well as one glass (90ml) of each of the wines currently in stock. Hosts will tell you a story about the winery and organic wine production and, if you wish, you get to see a small cellar.
We can’t handle more than 8 people inside. Outdoors we can receive up to 30 people. We don’t have a restaurant kitchen, but we can arrange for catering and live music for private parties. Write to us with enquiry.
Other than winery and our web shop there is a very limited number of retail outlets that have our wines. For current list click here.
In the winery you can pay cash (Serbian Dinars only) or with a credit card. Our web shop accepst credit cards and direct bank transfer.
We can provide vegetarian/vegan food for wine tasting with sufficient advanced notice.
We do not have handicap access.
We have three cats and two dogs and are unable to provide allergen-free environment.
Smoking is not permitted.
To have wine labeled as organic a strict regimen in the vineyard and winery must be followed that excludes chemicals and processes that can change the natural character of wine. There is an inspection body that controls all aspects of production.
Don’t be fooled by those who claim to make “natural wine” but don’t hold organic certificate.
Learn more about organic winemaking here.