Traces of the Roman Empire are also present, because the main road, which was provided by the Romans, crossed the South Morava. The town of Stalac originated in ancient times, judging by the localities and important communication for securing the main Roman road. In the time of Prince Lazar, it was the protection of the West Moravian valley and the capital Kruševac. Today you can see the half-ruined don-jon tower named after Duke Prijezda, the last defender of the City of Stalac.
The mountains of Mojsinje are tucked away, which Morava once overcame, and gave a promise that it will give the best vineyard sun, the mildest winds (ventilation), and native vineyards right here. In front of the visitors, it will stretch in the area between the two Morava, the plain as in the palm of your hand, and the view will reach from one side to Rtnje, from the other to Jagodina and back to Kopaonik and Gledačke planine where the noble climate which have been there since Roman times.
The specific geological structure of the crystalline massif of the Mojsinj Mountains with biotite, biotite-muscovite gneisses, granites and pegmatites represents the area of the Serbian crystal core in the Rhodope-Moravian metamorphic belt formed within the Caledonian-Hercynian cycle and as such is one of the oldest terrains in Serbia. The character of the landscape with the dominance of constant winds that accumulated large amounts of loess sediments along the bottom of the gorge through which the South Morava broke through, so that oases of loess sediments remained in the relief.
In particular, we state that the Rulebook on the regionalization of vineyard geographical production areas of Serbia states that a small oasis consisting of western, southwestern and southern slopes of the hill above Stalac on the site of the medieval fortress “Todor’s Tower” in KO Grad Stalac around the coordinate: N 43 ° 40′ 13”, E 21 ° 24′ 11”.