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New Year’s Eve in Bled

Bled is one of the most beautiful places in Slovenia. The fairytale image of the island in the middle of the lake fascinates every visitor. It is especially magical on New Year’s Eve when you can do a bunch of interesting and pleasant things before entering into the New Year after midnight.

Wine Regions of Slovenia: Primorska

Primorska is a coastal region in South-west Slovenia. It’s name means “the one by the sea” or simply “coastal”. It has a little over 7.399 hectares of vineyards spread across 4 districts called Vipava valley, Slovenian Istria, Goriška Brda and Kras.

Wine Regions of Slovenia: Podravje

The Podravje region is located in North-east Slovenia. It contains 8.113 hectares of winegrowing surfaces and is the largest winegrowing region in the country, producing the second largest share of Slovenian wine (38%). It’s comprised of two districts, called Štajerska (7.329 ha) and Prekmurje (784 ha).

Who is wine tasting suitable for?

So you have signed up for a Wine tasting and you are wondering if this is really a good choice for getting to know the country you’re visiting. The answer is yes. By tasting the local wine you uncover the soul of each country’s history, it’s people and philosophy.

Mastering the Basics of Food and Wine Pairings

Good wine goes hand in hand with great food. In fact they go together so well it’s sometimes hard to imagine having one without the other. Here are some useful tips on pairing food with wine, ranging from some very basic first steps to the more specific pairings of different types of food.  

3 of the best awarded Slovenian wineries

Slovenians are just too modest to brag about our wine. Despite the fact that world famous connoisseurs keep awarding our wineries, not many people know how great it actually is. In this article we’re putting 3 of our most awarded wineries in the limelight they deserve.