Bronislav Vajbar is a classic case of a winemaker who was brought to wine by his ancestors. The family tradition of growing grapes and making wine goes back far in the family history. This is evidenced by the surviving family tree, which mentions winemaking as early as the end of the 19th century. Since 1994, wine has become his main source of livelihood. The first 3 years were tough, he had to learn everything himself. On his travels abroad, he discovered that winemakers were bottling more than 80% of their production and selling it at a significant profit. This led to the decision to start producing bottled wines alongside the already established cask wine production. In 2014, it was time for an improved bottle closure system as well as a new, modern bottle design that gives a better indication of the wine's character. Another major breakthrough came in 2015, when the winery moved to newly renovated premises in Zaječ. This modern facility, with its large storage capacity, will allow the wines to be aged for as long as necessary and simplify the logistics of production, which until now has been carried out in three locations.
On the main street from the railway station towards the village, 300 m from the railway station on the left.