Date of establishment: 1993
Location: Plesivo-Dobrovo, Goriska Brda, Primorska
Winemaker: This winery, which is run by Borut Blazic, is situated in the far west corner of Slovenia, on the border with Italy. Tucked away between the mountains and the sea, the winery has all it takes to grow top-notch grapes. Most of the Blazic vineyards are situated in Slovenia, barring a small number of vineyards across the border, in Italy. All Blazic wines are produced according to the KOPOP method, an organic farming programme with support from the Slovenian authorities. This means that the grapes are grown with the greatest respect for nature. No pesticides or fertilisers are used and the grapes are harvested manually.
Type: Dry white · 100% rebula · 12.5% alcohol
Vinification: After macerating (contact with the skins) for 1 day, pressing, filtering and bottling.
Tasting notes: Intense golden colour. Fresh, young white wine with aromas of ripe apple and citrus. A harmonious combination of acidity and minerality, with a fruity finish.
Food pairing: Pairs well with white meat, shellfish, pasta, risotto with vegetables.