The locals from the region of “Crmnica” cherish the tradition of making premium autochthon red wines,
whose quality goes beyond the borders of Montenegro.
Visiting our friend’s winery in Crmnica, you will taste some of the best autochthon grape varieties in the authentic atmosphere of a true Montenegrin village, village of Godinje, just after a 40 minute drive through the inland region of Montenegro, towards the capital city of Podgorica.
The winery represents a small-scale traditional production facility, situated in the heart of the most famous Montenegrin wine region, which is also a part of the Skadar Lake National Park.
The stone house, where the wine is processed and preserved, is at least five centuries old, surrounded by similar style and aged households, forming a unique settlement which the State of Montenegro has designated as the Heritage Site – historical hamlet of Godinje.
Along with inevitable tasting of various wine varieties, traditional Montenegrin prosciutto and smoked cheese will perfectly complement the “Vranac” grape variety of Montenegro.