Fruska gora, a fault block mountain in the Pannonian Basin, is a national park and the largest linden tree forest in Europe. For 1700 years it has been an ideal region for the cultivation of grapevines and wine production. Its south-facing slopes are lavishly bathed in sunlight throughout the day, collecting the heat from the Sun needed for the grapes to ripen. In addition, the soil composition and proximity to the Danube with its breezes, create specific differences in temperature between night and day which, in turn, contribute to the production of aromas particular to this region.