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Wine House GORDIA

We produce our wines without the use of enological supplements, save for sulphur. Every variety of wine is produced using autochtone fermentation. Since 2011 we have been a part of the ecological winemaking control programme. We organize wine tastings with local snacks by previous reservation.


Location: Kolomban above Ankaran / Elevation: 90 to 130 meters / Sun exposure: SE, S, SW / Acreage: complex 5 ha, 85% double-row terraces / Soil: marl / Sorts: malvasia, muscat, chardonnay, pinot gris, refošk, cabernet sauvignon, merlot / Breed sort: double guyot / Plantation density: 6000-7500 reeds/ha.

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Wine House RODICA

The Rodica Family Organic Winery is located in the heart of Slovenian Istria, in the village of Truške near Marezige above Koper. The winery is located on the top of the hill and offers magnificent views over the Gulf of Trieste and the unspoiled nature of the Dragonja river valley. Covering the area of 15 hectares, the farm grows 60,000 vines of mostly autochthonous varieties, such as Refosco, Malvasia, and Yellow Muscat, as well as others, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Pinot Gris. Grape production is carried out following the rules of organic farming, based on management in harmony with nature. With great respect for nature and tradition, with love and passion, we produce wines that inspire us.

In 2006, we approached organic control and after three years received a certificate for organically produced grapes, and in 2012 for organically produced wine.


We are the Ferjančič family from Planina nad Ajdovščino, where we have been
involved in viticulture and winemaking since 1809. Here, on the Vipava hills,
where the valley separates from the Karst, there are extreme conditions, but
the right conditions for the vine. The marl soils that give the wines minerality,
the Vipava bora wind, which contributes freshness and the Mediterranean sun,
represent the terroir of the Vipava valley. In these conditions, we cannot have
much, but we can have good and that is our first principle.

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Where the Piran salt pans end and the hilly world rises to the east, a steep winding path above Dragonja leads you to Nova vas. At the top of the village stands the farm of Valter and Roko Pucer, known to fans of Malvasia and Muscat as “Pucer z Vrha”. Firmly determined to create a new story from this unique wealth offered by Istrian Malvasia and Muscat, by combining natural gifts, tradition, work, knowledge and modern technology in wines, in a magical dance of perfection.


In winegrowing and winemaking, nothing happens overnight. Just as a vine needs a few years to start yielding the best grapes and wine needs time to age in the barrel and later in the bottle, winemakers learn from one harvest to the next. We look for the best terroirs for individual grape varieties, select the most appropriate barrels and work on improving wine cellar techniques and procedures. We have a total of seven hectares of vineyards on different terroirs, but all of them are in hilly areas. Most of the vines are between thirty and fifty years old, their growth is moderate and they produce grapes of exceptional quality. With careful selection and combining of grape varieties, we achieve a wonderful balance between the fullness of the wine’s body and the freshness of its bouquet. REIA wines are contemporary wines, stemming from a rich family winemaking tradition and enriched with new viticulture knowledge. Without using modern technology for oenology or agriculture, nor any human wizardry. Just a little manual help (biodynamic by Demeter) and observation of nature at her magic ancient work.

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Wine cellar Frelih is located in the upper Sava wine-growing region. Sunny location, quality soil and suitable climate are most important for the growth of traditional vines for growing cviček. 

For decades, the tradition of “WINE HOUSE” has been the growth of grapes and the production of wines of the best quality. In addition to cviček, the specialties of the “WINE HOUSE” are sparkling wines made by the traditional method and wines matured in special oak barrels.


The Movia estate:

The Movia estate dates back to 1700, passing into the hands of the Kristančič family with a wedding in 1820. The estate extends over 22 hectares of land, about half of which lie on the Italian side of the Goriška Brda (Collio).

Region and vineyards:

The most important, decisive investment for any wine producer is his vineyard. A good vineyard, however, requires more, its demands time. It requires patient waiting for the vineyard to mature, to acquire wisdom and to start its coexistence with the vintner and begin developing its own style.

The cellar:

The most important, decisive investment for any wine producer is his vineyard. A good wine cellar, barrels, technique and technology only require knowledge and financial resources.

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The wine cellar grew with him and is still carries his name. »One motive, one creed: to do well whatever you do. Nature itself speaks to the one who can hear it. When the years of spending time with vineyards and grapes provided feelings with certainty and estimations with reliability, predictions were no longer difficult. Changes are the only constant on this path from generation to generation: my son Aleks is my best partner.«


When wine leaves the darkness of the cellar, it is revealed on the table with a name and an unusual appearance. It does not care about prominence and glory, it represents enough even without those things. It is offered the same as it has evolved in spirit and taste: joyous, vivacious, serious at moments, but a little liberating throughout. True prominence is never superior.



We believe in our wines, because we believe in our grapes. Simčič wines are produced from grapes that are cultivated in our own vineyards located in the very heart of Goriška brda.


In 1860 Anton Simčič bought a farm in Medana and began vine growing and winemaking.

He soon opened an inn and a store in the village and also managed his own wine shop in Vienna.


The family owns 18 hectares of vineyards, some older than 55 years, both on the Slovenian and on the Italian side of the Brda region (Collio).


If you think of the vineyard as a body, then our cellar is the heart of Marjan Simčič’s farm. We produce 90,000 bottles of wine per year, divided in three different lines.


Wherever you come from, you will be welcomed in the heart of Goriška brda and Collio, where quality has no borders. Half of our vineyards lay in Slovenia and half in Italy. 


Our vineyards have been in the domain of Simčič family for many generations, which all cared for their well-being. Simčič family started its winegrowing history in the 19th century. We are the fifth generation, which deals with viticulture and with other related activities.

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In Dutovlje, where the house is now marked by the number 24, there was always a homestead. Every generation added something, built something. Our predecessors also worked in other fields of farming, such as animal husbandry and agriculture, but wine was always the first and the most important product of this house. They did, however, do it a much simpler way, made only two wines, Terrano and white mixed.

   The changes came slowly, agriculture was abandoned and the fields were planted with vines.

  One of our fundamental interventions was a deviation from the classic Karst wine history. We began planting other sorts and exploring everything that this territory could give us. On good vintage, I tried to get the most out of nature and leave grapes on the vine for as long as possible, not picking them as soon as they reached physiological ripeness. We went considerably further with it.


Winegrowing and wine producing estate CONSTANTINI, run by DUSAN and PATRICIA HUMAR is situated in Slovenia in the winegrowing region of Goriska Brda. This wine district is placed into the northern part of the Mediterranean region. According to the European Union wine regulations, the region is classified as zone CII. The family has been making wine in Brda since 1680 according to written sources, which means combinate tradition with modern approaches.

The wine cellar is equipped with modern technology. We keep all the interferences during the production and refinement process to the minimum to keep the wine natural. Red wines are naturally matured in oak barrels in the optimum conditions of the underground wine cellar. Wines are of high quality and full-bodied with an elegant and persistent taste. Their freshness is perfectly balanced with complex aromas and distinct mineral flavour.

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Welcome to our cosy little vineyard cottage which can accommodate up to 60 people and where you can participate in our wine story. Through our present our wines and if you like, we can prepare cold cuts with home-made dried meat and cheese and a flat cake.

This region is home to our 20,000 vines, which stand as a testament to the power of the sun and the soil. Diversity in the vineyard and skillfully in the wine cellar enable us to produce still as well as sparkling wines and dry as well as naturally sweet wines.



As wine producers we are on the market with our brand marketing since 1989, when we started bottling wine. In 1991 we enlarged the cellar carved into the limestone, where our wines mature. In 2004 we opened the tasting room, which can accommodate up to 45 people for wine tasting and goodness of local cuisine

Farm today:

The farm covers an estate of 30 hectares, 7 of which are vineyards, which includes around 30,000 screws. The vines are 70% Refosco, from which wine Teran is produced, the 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Merlot and 5% Chardonnay. The remainder is Malvazija and the autochthonous grapevine Vitovska Grganja.

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If we would be assessing the quality of our terroir only based on esoteric criteria related to the beauty of the surrounding landscape, no doubt that our vineyards would fit into the category of world-class terroir. However, we also strongly believe in science and on that criteria too our terroir is remarkable. Bela Krajina climate can be classified as sub-Pannonian with sub-Mediterranean influences. While winters are generally cold and snowy, summers are characterized by warm days and cool nights. This important thermal amplitude (up to 20° C) is a characteristic common to numerous top terroirs around the world that allows grapes to reach optimal maturity while keeping freshness. The total yearly precipitation is around 1000-1100 mm. As our vineyards are vertically planted on steep marly slopes containing different proportions of clay and limestone, the water availability to the vine is naturally well regulated.


We are taking care of our vineyards like we do of our gardens, prohibiting herbicide and chemical fertilizer and using a sensible approach from an environmental perspective to protect our vines against disease. Contrary to the general trend in Slovenia, our vineyards are mainly planted with red varieties (70%) out of which Blaufränkisch represents 90%. For the white varieties we are still pretty diverse with Sauvignon blanc, Welschriesling, Riesling and Kerner. Blaufränkisch is a variety from Central Europe (likely from Slovenia according to a recent German study) that shows all the characteristics of great varieties. It can be made as modern fresh and fruity varietal wine as well as great refine terroir wine with long ageing potential. It is surprisingly versatile, like a sponge of terroir, what brought some wine experts to name it Pinot Noir of Eastern Europe. This king of central Europe fits perfectly to Bela Krajina where it shows so much personality.


The Zaro family is mentioned in records to 1348. Their coat of arms, which is also depicted in today’s Zaro emblem, expresses a deep belonging to the homeland and a love of land and vines. By respecting the natural resources of the Izola wine-growing region, we are reviving the tradition of viticulture and the original winemaking procedures of Slovenian Istria.


Zaro wines are produced on twenty hectares of vineyards in selected locations, which were already considered top quality and most fertile in the Izola area during the Venetian Republic, where nature has always given rich wines full of passion. With integrated processing, we create wines with a character that satisfies the greatest connoisseurs.

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The family is the foundation on which the Lisjaks have been building and growing for generations, always keeping in mind a clear vision of the future. Boris Lisjak represents the seventh generation of winegrowers and winemakers in the Karst with a capital K. His work is slowly being taken over by the next generation, his son Alen and his daughter Tjaša, while his five granddaughters are already dutifully learning how to take care of the vineyards.

The presence of the family on the terra rossa, red soil, is testified by the inscriptions in the Viennese land register from 1836. The oldest vineyard of the property celebrates its venerable hundredth anniversary in 2015, being one of the oldest in the Karst region. 

Boris Lisjak was one of the first Slovene winemakers who started bottling wine as early as forty years ago. He has broadened his knowledge becoming a sommelier; he is a member of the Order of St. Fortunatus and a first class knight of the Slovene Order of the Knights of Wine. He is also the president of the Consortium of Karst Teran Producers.

At the Lisjak homestead, the winemaking takes place in three cellars. The first one was built by Boris’s father 45 years ago. Today, the wine is bottled, racked and stored there.

With the growth of the company, the need has arisen for an extension, so over twenty years ago, Boris built a new vaulted stone cellar in which the maturation of the wine takes place in big wooden barrels. In 1990, it won the title of the most beautiful winery in Slovenia.

But the heart of the homestead is the old cellar built by Boris’s grandfather in 1887 and renovated in 2012. In it, the vintage wines are stored.


Our biodynamic vineyards are positioned on the north-east part of Slovenia, in the middle of SREDNJE SLOVENSKE GORICE. The texture of soil and good sites are very important for all products of nature, that is also for our wines. Geographically they are very agitating and hilly. This area meets Panonska and Mediterranean climate, both under the influence of Alpine climate. Woods brooks spreads all over the our country, gives to our wines their freshness, richness and variety. The flour are also very variety; from loamy to very lightly sandstone ones, that is why we possessed different kind and in lot of cases very rich wines and predicates too. Our wines are bread in prominent ridge and south sides, what is the principal meaning for producing high quality natural wines.

We are cultivating about 8 hectares that kind of surfaces, where are we growing different kind of variety: mostly we have been planted Chardonnay, Pinot grigio, Welschriesling, Sauvignon blanc, Traminer, Rheinriesling, Pinot Noir and Muskat Yellow.


Our vineyards are open to all creatures-our  domestic animals and all other visitors are welcome  to  roam free , even the birds are given sanctuary-given that they feed on the pests, they too are a part of well functioning habitat. We trust the Nature to know the right way, but we listen to her needs, and help her along. Our vineyards are full of life, and so is our grapes-the essence of which is retained in our wines

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For over 200 years, each and every vine and grape from our vineyard is nurtured with the same amount of love and affection.

We provide vines with friendly and steady growth with minimal pressure. As a result we get their love in the form of healthy, ripe grapes and later fine wines. We maintain the tradition of our grandparents so we remain small producers with great wines. Modern knowledge taught us how to maintain the full potential of grapes and enable their natural maturation. Thus our wines can show all the wealth that is hidden within them and ensure unforgettable moments and harmonic pleasures.

In addition to the varietal character, fullness of flavor, and harmony our wine story is significantly supplemented with tradition and rich landscape. Tradition and rich landscape give the wine a special value in culinary and tourism. Pleasure in drops of our wine is indescribable. Therefore, in MonteMoro vineyards, we carefully nurture the grapes, which will serve you with full and unforgettable flavours …

Enjoy the fruits of nature, enriched by the warmth of the sun.


Ducal cellar:

Our cellar house with tasting room, surrounded with beautiful vineyards, reflects both – traditional and modern architecture. The central part of our winery is more than a century old wine cellar. We recently upgraded the space and built a new cellar and other premises around the existing one. It comprises rooms with wooden barrels, concrete egg containers and Georgian vessels made of clay – qvevris. Since we age our sparkling wines on lees in bottles for at least two years, the cellar also boasts a special place intended for ageing our bubbles.

Wines from amphoras:

Some wines are obtained according to thousands of years old Georgian method in so-called qvevris (clay amphoras) buried in the soil. In qvevris vine grapes must ferment into wine, together with skins and everything else that grape berries hold. We leave the wine in contact with skins for eight months. After that we press and move wine to large wooden casks where they age for the next two to three years before bottling.

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»Bjana« is the name for our village Biljana in the local dialect. Bjana wines are produced and maturedon a family estate in the heart of the Goriška Brda winegrowing district, which lies on Alpine foothills with a strong Mediterranean influence. Our wines mature in the fully restored Chateau Dorišče, home to one of the oldest cellars far and wide. »The chateau was built by the counts of Gorizia in the 13th century, when it bore the name Wyglan. Records from 1288 speak of Revenus de Bilgola, those from 1307 of Martin de Bilana and his son Fosch and those from 1341 of the knight Leonard from Biljana. At the end of the 15th century, the chateau was bought by the aristocratic Orson family. The Edling noblemen of Gorizia were its next owners, followed by the Lords of Dornberk.« (source: Jakič, I. (1999): The Castles of Slovenia, DZS.). The chateau is now in the possession of Miran Sirk and his family. Along with the surrounding estate, it was purchased by his grandfather Franc Obljubek following World War One. A part of the chateau has been refurbished to offer beautiful tourist accommodations.


Protner Joannes wines are on the very top in Slovenia. Long tradition and hard work made Protner’s wine famous and recognisable all over the world.

Protner’s cellar starts with a room full of large oval oak barrels their wines mature for at least six months. The next room has stainless steel tanks where a quality wine is stored before offering it on the market. The integral part of the cellar is also Bottle Cellar where wine matures in bottles at a constant temperature.

The cellar has also an older, more than 200 years old, part where Protner keeps the best wine from their own vineyards.

The last part of the cellar is a wine shop where visitors can choose wines that are grown on the Šempeter hills just above Malečnik and around the owners house in Vodole. Protner Joannes has  9 hectares of vineyards of which 3 hectares are located on the steep south side of Šempeter Hills.

Joannes Protner wines are offered in the selected gift packages for one, two or three bottles.

On the vineyards, which are between two and forty years old, produce Zeleni Silvanac – Silvaner – summer wine,  Renski Riesling,which are on markt 2007, 2008, 2009, aromatic Yellow muscat, full bodied Chardonnay,   grass-like aromatic Sauvignon,  light rose – Pinot Gris and jam aromatic Pinot Noir. In the new vineyard are Šipon – Furmint and Pinot blanc.

Protner Joanenes also features a superb winery which was opened in 1996. The winery has large spaces where about 60 people can be accommodated. In addition to selected varieties of dry, semi-dry and semi-sweet wine, sparkling wine, sophisticated red wine, Pinot Noir and Pinot Noir rosé wine they will also serve their guests with homemade specialties: homemade meat with lard, homemade pate, cottage cheese with pumpkin seed oil and much more. All these goodies are served with freshly baked bread.

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The Šumenjak farm is a family estate in Jakobski dol, 17 km from Maribor. We cultivate 14ha of land, and in addition to viticulture, which is our main activity, we are also engaged in beekeeping, distilling and breeding suckler cows. Today, we are present with products throughout Slovenia and also abroad, as in recent years we have worked hard on the quality and recognition of our brand.


It would be hard to put an exact date on when the Ščurek family became involved in viticulture, but written records show that Stojan’s grandfather Franc cultivated 1 hectare of vines, making 50 hectolitres of wine. Today Stojan farm 20 hectares of vineyards with the help of five sons, and have a yield to match. The major part of the estate’s vineyards lies in the Italian section of Brda, with Grotišče, Dugo, Mahober, Jazbine, Jordano, Gredič and Kozlink being the prime sites. Each year the Ščureks release up to 80,000 bottles of top quality wine. They have remained faithful to fresh but full-bodied wines, and delay the first racking until late spring. These wines need a little time to develop in the glass, but once they do it is hard to stop them. While making use of state-of-the-art technology, the Ščureks also explore the realm of possibilities offered by oak barrels, and are notable in their commitment to autochthonous varieties. They are particularly proud of the white and red Stara Brajda blends and the blends sold under the names UP and Kontra.

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Our wines represent our home and mostly ourselves. The followed philosophy is very simple, producing wines based on our taste in order to even present them to others, mostly focusing the attention on nature, vineyards and soil. All types of wine age in French barrels for at least a year, followed by months of ageing in bottles, where the wine elaborate its taste. The specialty of our estate and for those searching for something unique is Amfora, wine made in Qvevri. It originates in Georgia, the cradle of viticulture. The winery was four times selected among top 100 wineries in the world by the elite American Magazine, Wine & Spirits, confirming our passion to winemaking.


Modern society cannot function without time. It measures everything from 100-metre races to history. We treat it as though it were something material that we can hold, and thus live under pressure; people don’t have time to have time

In this social environment, Janez Istenič decided to produce a sparkling wine that needed to take its time. First the base wine: the vineyard must grow, the vine must mature so it bears fruit, so the grapes can be brought to the cellar and the must turn to wine, which then undergoes another fermentation in the bottle before becoming sparkling wine.

This commitment and the production of sparkling wines took up all his time, from the physical, to agrarian and urban. To this day everything takes place within an arc of time that stretches from the roots of the vine in the Bizeljsko earth to the glass of sparkling wine served in town.

The Istenič family’s production of sparkling wines broke new ground in terms of private production, since all the larger wineries were socially owned, with only one of them producing a traditional sparkling wine. We were the first private company in Slovenia and in federal Yugoslavia to produce sparkling wine using the traditional method, and we later developed a successful form of wine tourism.

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