Kutjevo is the town and the district in Slavonia, famous for its wines and gastronomy. Kutjevo is the home of the greatest Croatian vintner, whose wines are exported to six continents, and there is also a considerable number of private wine producers in 17 villages of the municipality. The vineyards of Kutjevo are located on the southern slopes of hills Papuk and Krndija in Pozesko-slavonska county. The vineyards are famous due to its white wines, in particular through Grasevina. The least known is the fact that Kutjevo is one of the smallest cities of Croatia with only 6000 inhabitants. It is just 20 kilometers away from Pozega. It extends beneath Krndija on a green bed of lush plants, with the sunniest slopes covered with vineyards. The beautiful city was mentioned already in the 13th century for the first time, and since then it is nourishing the tradition of wine production in this region. According to legend, this place was inhabited by the Cistercian Monks at that time, commonly known as "white monks", who founded the abbey with the famous wine cellar and a stone table from the time of Baron Trenk and Empress Maria Theresa. Times and rulers have changed, but Kutjevo has preserved the tradition of viticulture and the love of fine wines that bursts from every basement and every street. It is a nice city today, rooted in the beauty of quiet and green Slavonia. The vicinity of the Nature Park Papuk transformed Kutjevo into an unavoidable tourist destination, with its and festivals of grasevina and wine. Taste the Slavonia in a glass of wine from the sunny slopes above Kutjevo.