On the central slopes of Moslavačka gora with a view of Lonjsko polje, at 140-170 m above sea level, exclusively on the southern and southeastern slopes, there are 5 hectares of vineyards of the Florijanović family. The vineyards are located in several localities on the route Popovača – Voloder, known for the domicile of the indigenous variety Moslavina – Škrlet and as the locality with the largest plantations Škrlet in Moslavina, and Voloderske jeseni traditional event every year in early September.
The annual production is up to 40,000 liters, and the total capacity of the cellar is 80,000 liters. The tasting room has a capacity of up to 50 people. The winery is in the process of modernizing equipment and replacing old equipment for wine production with a new one from the approved EU project – wine envelope (Press, vinifier, grinder, refrigerator, stainless steel tanks, automatic stopper and label, pumps, digital cooling control system, gas system and other equipment for production modernization needs).
The backbone of the winery’s production is Škrlet from an area of 3.50 hectares. Other wines offered by the winery and tasting room are 2 other indigenous varieties Moslavac and Dišeća ranina and wines from continental Croatia – Graševina, Muscat Yellow, Chardonnay, Rhine Riesling, Pinot Gris, Frankovka, Frankovka Rose, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Pinot Noir. We can especially single out Škrlet, an autochthonous Moslavina variety of wine, quality white wine.
Over the years, a large number of gold and other medals for wine quality and label design have been won at Moslavina wine exhibitions, as well as at regional and foreign exhibitions. The winery organizes a demonstration event “How our ancestors picked” traditionally every year in early September, using antique tools for processing and delivery of grapes from its own wine collection and thus contributes to the preservation of cultural and rural heritage.