Project Database

From wine tradition to wine tourism - creating cross-border wine routes
Project ID: HUHR/1101/1.2.3/0029
Project acronym: CROSS-BORDER WINE ROUTES
Project title: From wine tradition to wine tourism - creating cross-border wine routes
Project website: http://www.crossborderwineroutes.eu/
Call: HUHR/1101
Action: 1.2.3 Thematic routes of cultural heritage
Total project budget: 412 288,80 €
EU contribution: 343 830,00 €
Project Duration 01 February 2013 − 31 January 2014
Geographical location of the project: Baranya megye, Koprivničko-križevačka županija
Project status: Finalized
Project description:

Križevci, Kalnik, Orehovec and Pécs, all having their deep routes in growing grape and making wine, have come up with this project to further develop wine tourism in their area by creating joint, cross-border wine routes. The Križevci-Kalnik-Orehovec wine route will be established, complete with brown signs, direction signs and information boards. Human resources and quality measurement systems play a vital role as well, with quality certificates and annual ratings serving as motivating factors for wine growers and rural tourism service providers to continuously upgrade and improve their offer.


Partnership

Lead Beneficiary

Town Krizevci
Croatia, Koprivničko-križevačka županija

 

Project Partner 1

Pécs-Mecsek Wineroad Public Benefit Organisation
Hungary, Baranya megye

 

Project Partner 2

Mecseki Wine Cellars Association
Hungary, Baranya megye

 

News

Final Implementation Report approved by JMC
29 March 2018

Final Implementation Report (FIR) of the Hungary-Croatia (IPA) Cross-border Co-operation Programme 2007-2013 was approved via 48th written procedure of the Joint Monitoring Committee (JMC) of the Hungary-Croatia Cross-border Co-operation Programme 2007-2013 and has been submitted to the...
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Results of public consultation on border obstacles
25 May 2016

The European Commission has published the result of the public consultation on the border obstacles . The results are available in all official EU languages. 
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