Brda and Wine Festival

Brda and wine festival, one of the largest enogastronomic events in Brda, has a long tradition. Here mouth-watering food (more than 30 selected Slovenian restaurants) and top quality wine (37 winemakers from Brda) go hand in hand. The wine and culinary festival takes place last Saturday in April in Šmartno village, one of the most …

Continue Reading

Pedrovo village experience

Pedrovo village is a tiny remoted village on the northern edge of the Karst plateau, overlooking the Vipava and Branica valley. It offers great views of the entire Vipava valley, Nanos, Trnovo forest, the Julian Alps and Brda region. The village, which is considered one of the most beautiful examples of preservation of settlement heritage …

Continue Reading

Brda wine cellar experience

Brda wine cellar, established in 1957 as a cooperative, is the biggest wine cellar in Slovenia that manages 1000 hectares of vineyards in Brda region. The other 1000 ha are managed by private wine makers. Brda wine cellar, world’s leading producer of Rebula, the most iconic grape variety that represents Brda region on the world …

Continue Reading

Repnice wine cellars

Repnice Wine Cellars are definitely Slovenia’s most awe-inspiring wine attractions which can be found in Bizeljsko region, south eastern part of Slovenia. Under radar Bizeljsko region, area of hills, vineyards and one of the kindest climates in the country, was once lying on the coast of the ancient Pannonian Sea. When the waters withdrew 2 …

Continue Reading

Kolovrat Open Air Museum

A mountaintop Open Air Museum Kolovrat, located on the border between Italy and Slovenia, lies on a steep slope of the Kolovrat ridge overlooking Soca valley, Julian Alps, and offers panoramic views to Veneto region, Friuli Venezia Giulia lowland and all the way down to the Adriatic sea. During the First World War the Italian …

Continue Reading