“Dobro došli u Zemun”: Navip Zemun

U serijalu tekstova “Dobro došli u Zemun” koji slede predstavićemo Vam lokacije koje u Zemunu, koje nikoga do sada nisu ostavile ravnodušnim. Ova opština nudi sve što čoveka zanima počevši od istorijskih građevina i ličnosti, noćni život, prelepu arhitekturu, čak i skrivene delove na prvi pogled neistražene, i jednostavno, svoj jedinstveni duh.

U ulici Marije Bursać postojala je jedna od vodećih vinarija u regionu. Ranijih godina govorilo se da je firma na vrhuskom nivou ako u sklopu proizvodnje ima i železnicu. E upravo takva bila je čuvena vinarija NAVIP. Na ovom mestu proizvodili su se beli i crveni Milion, Karlovački rizling, Stari vinjak i Fruškogorski biser, može se reći nekada svetska alkoholna pića.

Preteča NAVIP-a bila je vinarija Mozer. U tadašnjoj Austrougraskoj ova porodična firma započela je proizvodnju vina 1848. godine. Koliko je bila velika i uspešna vinarija govori i podatak da se u njoj nalazio najveći drveni sud za vino od preko 35.000 litara.

Vlascnici sredinom rata beže u Tursku i ostavljaju sve za sobom. Vinariju kasnijih godina preuzima država koja joj daje novo ime – Narodno vinarstvo i podrumarstvo – NAVIP.

Nekada jedna od vodećih firmi pala je u stečaj i ostaje u istoriji da je izvozila preko 100.000 boca šljive prepečenice.


In the following series of texts “Welcome to Zemun”, we will present you locations in Zemun, which have not left anyone indifferent so far. This municipality offers everything a person is interested in, starting with historical buildings and personalities, nightlife, beautiful architecture, even hidden parts unexplored at first glance, and simply, its unique spirit.
In Marije Bursać Street there was one of the leading wineries in the region. In earlier years, it was said that a company is at the top level if it has a railway as part of its production. And that’s exactly what the famous NAVIP winery was like. White and red Milion, Karlovac Riesling, Stari vinjak and Fruškogorski biser were produced in this place, one could say that they were once the world’s alcoholic beverages.
The forerunner of NAVIP was the Moser winery. In what was then Austria-Hungary, this family firm started wine production in 1848. How big and successful the winery was is also shown by the fact that it housed the largest wooden vessel for wine of over 35,000 liters.
In the middle of the war, the owners fled to Turkey and left everything behind. In later years, the winery was taken over by the state, which gave it a new name – National Winery and Cellaring – NAVIP.
Once upon a time, one of the leading companies went bankrupt and it remains in history that it exported over 100,000 bottles of plum toast.

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