Kissed by the Adriatic, warmed by Styria
Slovenian wine is right in the heart of European viticulture. Influences from the Pannonian Plain from Styria and from the Adriatic Sea make wine from Slovenia so incredibly exciting. Wine has been produced in Slovenia since the time of the Celts and Illyrians, long before the Romans introduced the vine to France, Spain and Germany on their way through Europe. Today Slovenia can be proud of over 28,000 wineries and cellars, which bring between 80 and 90 million litres of wine to the market each year and cultivate over 22,000 hectares of vines. Slovenia has all the strengths of South Tyrol or Styria and produces first-class wines with a very good price-pleasure ratio. Discover now.