At the Tonković winery, they wanted to convey the story of heritage and tradition with their wines. Kadarka used to be grown all over Slavonia and Vojvodina, while much simpler cultivars did not push it out of the vineyards. It survived in Hungary, albeit on a smaller scale. The Reljković-Tonković family is taking the revival of the forgotten cadre very seriously. From selecting the most suitable soil for vineyard positions to selecting seedlings, international experts are involved: professors from the Hungarian Faculty of Agriculture and wine consultants from Rioja, Spain. One of the most ambitious boutique projects in the region, dedicated exclusively to staff, began in 2006 with the first vines planted.