Kutjevo d.d.

Kutjevo d.d. was founded on 20.september 1963 by joining together several small agricultural enterprises, agriculture cooperatives and arable land of smaller agricultural estates as well processing and foodstuff units of Požega County.
On extra ordinal maine assembly of enterprise, held on 20.july 1997 it was performed transformation from PPK Kutjevo d.d. in a new company name: Kutjevo d.d. for production and distribution of agricultural and nutritional products, abbr. Kutjevo d.d.

Business Units:
BU Agriculture
BU Cattle breeding
BU Cooperation
BU Agroturism
BU Winegrowing production
BU Crop Science
BU Pozezanka
BU Papuk
Head-office Kutjevo d.d

Kutjevo wines

The story about tradition, cellars and wine began in 1232. when the Cistercians built the monastery with the accompanying cellars whose centuries-old walls are soaked with memories of good and bad times traveling through the past to the present days. Kutjevo cellar is one of the oldest wine cellars in South East Europe. Through centuries of dedication, refinement, devotion and passion we have learnt to extract the very best from our wines. KUTJEVO has now become a potent symbol of both Croatian wine and culture.

Today, about 1.000 ha of modern vineyards have been spread on the southern slopes of archaic mountains Papuk and Krndija, of rolling middle Slavonia, at 200-350 m height above sea level.
The varieties are modern, European and have an excellent genetic potential.
The quality of KUTJEVO is clear from our numerous gold medals and awards - from Wine Fairs in Zagreb and Split to the prestigious Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in Belgium where the KUTJEVO cellar won the gold medal last year and repeat this success also this year.
Our most popular wine is the crisp refreshing white, Grasevina, but we also produce top quality Rhenish Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir, Grey Pinot, Sauvignon, Tramine and Merlot.

Status: 

Operating

Industries: 

Employee Count Range: 

501-1000

Company type: 

Privately Held

Founded year: 

1963

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