The flavors and aromas of Pakrac vineyards have been enjoyed for centuries by landlords, landlords, counts, various passers-by and travel writers.
Pakrac, known for centuries as a large fairgrounds, at the intersection of roads connecting Hungary and Bosnia and east and central Croatia, in the greatest days of its medieval history, counted as many as four large fairs a year and was an unavoidable stop in the support of numerous passers-by in one of the many local taverns. . Thus, the first records of the winegrowing of the Pakrac region are found in the traveler Piller and Mitterpacher’s “Journey through Slavonia in 1782” through descriptions of a large granary and the wine cellar of Spahija, slopes covered with vines grown by the population for the needs of the counts of Jankovic.
Through the cultivation of noble varieties that produce premium wines, Ćasić viticulture continues the long tradition of Pakrac winemaking, restoring the old splendor and Pakrac itself to the wine list of Croatia.