classification: Sweet white wine, sustainable farming

varietals: 100 % yellow muscat

appellation: Bizeljsko-Sremič, south-east wine region Posavje, Slovenia

vine training: Double Guyot, dry farming

density and yield: 4000 vines/ha; 1,8 kg/vine

annual production: 20.000 bottle

analytical data: 10,5% Alc., 6,3 g/L total acidity; very low SO2 content (lower as defined for organic sweet white wine)

climate: Continental, with dry and hot summers, and mild snowy winters

terrain: Hilly vineyards, 210 m. asl and higher

soil: A diverse geological soil composition, consisting mainly limestone and dolomite. The vineyards spread out over the finest wine-growing sites on the hill slopes over river Sava in south east Slovenia.

spraying: Enviromental friendly. Minimum as needed, only with substances approved for sustainable farming.

harvest notes: Mostly rainy and warm summer contributet towards lower  yields, therefore higher grape quality and higher sugar content. Manual harvest took place in 7 day period.

fermentation: After pressing starting with autochthonous yeast fermentation and maceration for 72 hours. After that time the fermentation continued in fermentors with controled lower temperature.

bottling and ageing: Matured in stainless steel. Bottled right before release.

tasting notes: Distinctive muscat aroma with recognizable hint of elderflower. The taste is luscious and refreshing, with pronounced sweet fruitiness and lively acids.

serving suggestions: Best combination with deserts with vanilla, gorgonzola cheese, melon and other fruits. It is very important that the wine is served properly cooled, preferably between 8 and 10 ° C. 




alk. 10,5 vol.%



Serve at

8 - 10 °C



Nr. of bottles

Wine region

Bizeljsko - Sremiški