Family Aleksandrović has been involved in viticulture and winemaking for more than 100 years. Our great grandfather Miloš Aleksandrović was one of the founders of Vinča Winegrowers Cooperative in 1903.
Until the beginning of World War Two the family had 30,000 vines and it always maintained the close cooperation of the viticulturists and winemakers of the royal cellars. The tradition had been continued by our grandfathers Života and Aleksandar Aleksandrović.
When in 1991, a famous royal cellar master Živan Tadić, who emigrated to Canada after the World War Two, learned that the family Aleksandrovic reinvigorates winemaking traditions of the Oplenac region, he send to Vinča the original recipe of ‘Trijumf’ – the best wine of the royal cellars, that was enjoyed before the World War Two on many royal courts of Europe. Based on the old yellow manuscript we were creating new pages of the long family history of viticulture and winemaking, strongly relying on the experience of our ancestors, scientific results and latest technological advances.
A new phase in the development of Aleksandrović Winery started in 2000 after the political changes in Serbia, when we completed a new winery and acquired the state-of-the-art equipment for production of top quality wines.
The family Aleksandrović with its wines is the leading Serbian private winery at present.