At the place where the vineyards of Moslavina Hill blends with the wetlands of Lonja, is the very spot where Kutina is located, an old market and city centre that had always a bourgeoise flair but has never been the seat of the county. The summer morning rush and afternoon daydreaming spread throughout the length of the main street of Kutina and the centre of the town, where the former mansion of Erdödy counts dwelled and where today the Moslavina Museum is situated. Here we
In the Kolodvorska Street, perhaps the longest main street in Kutina, where many cafes and shops open their doors to guests, there is also the urban centre of Kutina, King's Pub. At first it looks like a well-decorated wine bar, not the spirit of the Celtic pubs in Moslavina. The truth is somewhere halfway. Certainly, King's Pub attracts passers-by with bottles of wine on the other side of the window, behind which the guests smile satisfied in the interior of the restaurant.
Moslavina lives with wine and vineyards. A view of the gentle hills of Moslavina Hill reveals numerous guesthouses and wine houses, with the Moslavina wine road as one of the biggest Moslavina tourist attractions. More and more people come to taste the wines of local winemakers who work together since 1913 when the Croatian wine cooperative in Voloder was founded. Today, the association of wine growers and Moslavina "Lujo Miklaužić" is among the most active winemaker associat
First act: Nikica Katić welcomes us with a smile on his face according to an old tradition with excellent brandies, below the evergreen trees on top of Kutinska Slatina. The last act: after maybe ten or eleven glasses of varied wines, we decide to go all together to the Wine Court in Kutina to continue tasting Moslavina wine drops in further ten sequences. Everything between is a wonderful Moslavina gastronomic story in Klet Romić, which enchants with its rural beauty, especi