Ivan Enjingi was, along with Vlado Krauthaker, the most important private Slavonian winemaker. His influence was crucial for the development of Croatian wine industry. Grapevine cultivation is a family tradition. Koloman Enjingi planted first vines of Kadarka and Italian Riesling varieties aroung village of Hrnjevac in 1890. Many years later, Ivan Enjingi’s white cuvee Venje, named after the eponymous position near Vetovo, was the first Croatian wine to win a Decanter medal and a status of a champion. In the last seven years, Enjingi has practically disappeared from the Croatian wine scene.