The winery of Maruševec Castle is located in the north of Croatia in the municipality Maruševec in the district Varaždin. Wine making has a long history dating back to 1883. Dvomar has spent a lot of time and energy lately to revive the vineyard and produce high quality white wines.
Maruševec Castle is mentioned for the first time in 1547 as the property of the Vragović family. In 1873, the Prussian Count Artur Schlippenbach bought the castle, built it and gave it its current appearance. After the death of the Count in Cairo in 1881, the castle, together with the Curia Calixa Dr. Oskar pl. Pongratz 1883. The castle was in their possession until 1945, when they were deprived of nationalization. At the end of the 20th century, the castle was used by the Christian-Adventist Church, after which the castle went back to the Pongratz family.
In addition to the winery, DVOMAR has other projects in forestry, organic farming and pig breeding. The goal is to maintain and ensure sustainability in all areas. The Turopolje pig comes from Croatia - it is a very rare and almost extinct Croatian breed of pig. It is one of the oldest European pig breeds and is known for its black spots and woolly hair. Turopolje pigs should live in a sustainable and ecological environment. The Turopolje Pig Breeding is located near the castle.