The vineyards of Josic located in the northeast corner of Croatia, wedged between the Danube and Drava, on the Hungarian border. The Banova Kosi, a hill extending in an east west, done all eeuwenlangaan viticulture. The Romans called the "Kosi" the golden mountain, not because of the mineral, but because of the golden drops that produced the slopes. The wine was particularly valued for its refreshing and pleasant character.
In 1999, the amily Josic family bought from Osijek Baranja an old wine cellar from 1935, with a length of 42m. While retaining the traditional look of the cellar was renovated and equipped with modern equipment. Around the same time was purchased about 1.6 hectares of old vineyards. These vines, Josićevih and Baranja, producing high quality wines on the slopes of Banova.
Love, ambition, enthusiasm and entrepreneurial spirit led to results. The wines were awarded the first prize in, won gold, silver and bronze at the wine festival "Slave" for the varieties Riesling, Pinoit Gris and a blend of red grapes.