The winery pays respects to the wine tradition in the region in many other ways as well. Popova Kula was named after an important tower, the Popova Kula (Priest’s Tower) which once served as an important checkpoint on the old Roman road that passes next to the location. In tribute, they have erected a new 17m high tower and named the winery Popova Kula.
The winery owns 20 hectares of vineyards, most of them surrounding the winery and produces wine from nine different grape varieties: Stanushina,Vranec, Prokupec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Temjanika,Chardonnay, Zilavka and Muscat Ottonel. The plantings of Stanushina cover 1.36 ha, Vranec 4.6 ha and Prokupec 0.87 ha.
Some of the new planted vineyards stretch on eight hectares and are located less than six kilometres from the winery, in the microlocality called Besvichki Livadki, situated at an altitude of 400 m above sea level. At this location the following grape varieties are planted: Temjanika, Zilavka, Muscat Ottonel, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Prokupec.
Popova Kula’s wine portfolio is divided in five lines of wines: Perfect Choice, Reserve, Classic, Demir Kapija, and a special line is dedicated to the Stanushina.