Located in northern Serbia, Fruška Gora is often referred to as the “Jewel of Serbia” as it is a beautiful National Park that surrounds the Fruška Gora mountain peak. Historically, invasions from the south began to disrupt Serbia’s many monasteries. So, many of these monasteries moved all their belongings north and settled in the remote hills between the Danube and Syrmia, a fertile section of the Pannonian plain. As with many monasteries, these began to cultivate grapes and soon found that the region was ideal for viticulture.