There are presently six wine roads in the Istrian region: in the areas of Buje, Poreč, Buzet, Pazin, Rovinj, Vodnjan and Labin, including 88 itineraries/stations.
In the Ozalj-Vivodina area, 80 hectares of land is covered by vineyards, and among the best it has to offer are the wine sorts Graševina, Sauvignon, the Rhein Riesling, Red pinot, Frankovka, Zweigelt and the young wine portugizac (“the Portuguese”) and the Žuti muškat (“the yellow mace”).
The wine road stretches along the long route of vineyards with decorated wine cottages where you can try the wine and learn about the way it is cultivated. The road is almost 12 kilometers long and is special since it starts from almost the very center of the town, and leads through the Daruvar vineyards and passes the forests toward Petrov vrh, 615 meters above sea level, where the wine road ends. A mountain lodge and a ski resort with a ski lift are located at the top.