Cuvée Stjepan Ostoja

Cuvée Stjepan Ostoja

Stjepan Ostoja Tvrtković Kotromanić (c. 1378, Bobovac – September 1418) was our king. He bore the title King of Bosnia, Serb, Primorje, Humska, West side, Lower areas, Usora, Sol, Polimlje and Podrinje, succeeding Queen Jelena Mara Nikolić, known as Jelena Gruba in May 1398. The descendants of

Vranac Radivoj Ostojić

Vranac Radivoj Ostojić

Radoj Ostojić (Jajce around 1410 – Ključ May 1463) was our king. He was wearing the title of Duke of Vranduk. The son of King Stjepan Ostoja and brother of King Stjepan Tomas, Radivoj Ostojić, although as a Bosnian king unrecognized on a general level, was an important personality of the

Merlot Kujava Ostojić

Merlot Kujava Ostojić

Kujava Ostojic was our queen and duchess, with one pause, from 1399 to 1416, as the second of three King Stjepan Ostoje’s wives. She was from the noble Radinovic family, most probably sister of Prince Paul Radinovic and daughter of Radin Jablanić. It ruled the Bosnian kingdom at the end of

Blatina Stjepan Ostojić

Blatina Stjepan Ostojić

Stjepan Ostojic was our king. He ruled between 1418 and 1421, succeeding his father, King Stjepan Ostoj after his sudden death. So, our King Stjepan Ostojić at the beginning of XV. century ruled the Bosnian kingdom and parts of Serbia, the Primorje, the Humans (today’s Herzegovina), the West

Žilavka Vitača Ostojić

Žilavka Vitača Ostojić

Vitača was our queen. As the first wife of Bosnian King Stjepan Ostoja (1378 – 1418), she ruled the Bosnian kingdom at the end of the 14th century. Together with his husband Ostoja, Vitača ruled also in parts of Serbia, Primorje, Humska zemlje (today’s Herzegovina), the western side