Sparkling Wine News

Slovenian Sparkling Wines – Rodica, Vinarstvo Rebula and Mastnak Wineries

Rodica Winery Rodica Winery is a famous Coastal Hills Winery. Well known for their Eko-Bio wines, started with very fresh and fruity white and red Refosco type unfiltered sparkling wines. The Rodica Refosk won a Silver Medal in the Winter Warmer category at The World’s Finest Glass of Bubbly Awards 2018. Vinarstvo Rebula Specialist for…

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Slovenian Sparkling Wines – Vinakoper and Vinakras Wineries

Vinakoper Slovenian Istria, the Southern Coastal Wine Region has its own charm, its atmosphere and is characterized with numerous beauties which have all been excellently captured in the harmony of colour, taste and smell of the Vinakoper wines. From generation to generation, people in Istria have lived closely connected with the soil. They have created…

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Slovenian Sparkling Wines – Istenic and Zlati Gric Wineries

Istenič International Bizeljsko is an area in Posavje Wine Region in hilly Central Slovenia where the vineyards lie on hills between 170 and 350 metres above sea level. The average sum of effective temperatures during the ripening season is lengthening, while the sunny days and cool nights make for ideal levels of sugar and acidity,…

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Slovenian Sparkling Wines – Medot

The wine tradition of the Simčič family goes back to 1812. Throughout the decades, his links to the vines and the wine grew and consolidated, while in the 1990s Zvonimir Simčič founded the present trademark Medot on the basis of the family’s knowledge. During his rich life, he was also the driving force of the…

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Slovenian Sparking Wines – Goriška Brda and Bjana Wineries

Goriška Brda Winery Up to the end of World War II, when the Brda Hills were split by the border into two sides, Goriška Brda on Yugoslavia side and Collio Hills on the Italian side, this area had been known as a special type of feudalism called the colonate system. Peasants had cultivated small patches…

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Slovenian Sparkling Wines – Frangež and Ducal Wineries

Frangež Sparkling House Winery Great woody and pleasant warm atmosphere characterize very popular sparkling wines winery, located on the Austrian border on Podravje Wine Region in the North. The neighbour of great Radgonske Gorice Winery. Anyone who prefers the traditional classic would appreciate eight sparkling wines produced with the Traditional Method Champenoise, while the other…

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Slovenian Sparkling Wines – Radgonske Gorice

Radgonsko – Kapelski wine-growing region belongs to the Northern wider area of Slovenske Gorice, located on the Slovenian / Austrian border where the vine is an ancient culture and already dates back to Roman times. The history of sparkling wines in Gornja Radgona dates back to the European spring of 1848 when Radgonian Kleinošek had spent…

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Sparkling Teran – The Best Red Bubbly

In Slovenia, there is a Macro Wine Region a part of Primorska Wine Region behind the Trieste named Karst well known around The World with its calcite stony landscape and sinkholes filled with Terra Rossa or Jerina. Due to the iron oxide content, the soil is characterized by a red colour. The fingerprint is shallow…

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Motzenbäcker Premium Sekt

Moon oak and the underground wine cellars of Marie Menger-Krug. The perfect combination – Moon Oak, Methode Rurale and Marie Menger-Krug. The result – the marvellous and magnificent creation that is Motzenbäcker Sekt. Found in the beautiful cobbled stone town of Deidesheim, located in the Rhenish Palatinate, the southernmost wine growing region of the Rheinland…

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