Moslavina is the home of three original varieties of grapes, used to make wines Moslavec, Dišeća Ranina (Belina), and Škrlet, which was described and affirmed in the 1950s by the agronomist Lujo Miklaužić. The wine made from Škrlet is a late white wine with a light sweet flavour in its semi-dry variant.
Vineyards in the area were planted by Thracians, Illyrians, Celts, and Romans. Wine production and wine growing in Moslavina today is based on the private initiative of many small and several large wine producers.
The Moslavina wine road is synonymous for excellent wines, tasty and rich local dishes, pleasant and homey atmosphere, and the hospitality of the hosts.