Rome house | Vinski Podrum Malča

The Roman wine house-the cellar with amphoras is the biggest attraction that will bring you back to the distant past, to the heart of the wine story where you can taste the wine of the same quality as Emperor Constantine the Great drank. Amphoras are the oldest wine vessels from Georgia that were brought for the first time to Serbia by the winery Malča, thus enriching the wine offer of our country.


There are eight clay amphoras, the volume of which is 2000l, buried in the ground. The wine in them macerates on the skin for a long time, thus creating wines of unusual flavours. Nish and Serbia can boast about being winners on this year’s international amphora wine-tasting competition held for the first time in Georgia. The white wine ‘Queen Jelena’ is the winner of the gold medal with 90.8 points, while ‘Constantine the Great’ –the red wine of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, won the bronze medal.