The second day of the WineOS festival was marked by a tour of four wineries of the Erdut region which presented their work and the resulting wine
Brod Posavina County is one of the longest and narrowest counties in Croatia. It lies next to Slavonia's border with Bosnia. The northern third is part of the huge Pannonian plain, the middle part is a hilly ridge, and the southern third is part of the Sava river valley.
Virovitica-Podravina County is in north-eastern Croatia, between Koprivnice-Križevci county in the west and Osijek-Baranja county to the east. The northern portion is part of the huge Pannonian Plain, edged by the Drava river and bordering on Hungary. The southern boundary is marked by the east west mountain chain of Bilogora (309m), Papuk (953m) and Krndija (790m).
Koprivnica Križevci County lies at the edge of the Panonian Basin, east of Zagreb, bordering Hungary on its North-Eastern side. The flat Panonian Plain on the North East, once a huge sea, gives way to rolling hills of Prigorje and is dominated by Mt Kalnik (2112') on the Western side. Bilogora Mountain marks the county line with Bjelovar Bilogora County to the south East.