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Slovenian wine regions

Slovenia combines different types of climate, from the fresh Mediterranean in the Primorje region to the sharply continental in the south, in Posavje, and moderately warm in the northern Podravje region.


The northernmost region, located on the border with Austria, has a continental climate that is conducive to the production of fine, light and refreshing white wines with crisp acidity.

Key varieties: Welshriesling (Vlassky Ryzlink), Furmint (Sipon), Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Blaufrankish (Frankovka modra).


The bordering region with Croatia is located in the lower part of the Sava River valley. The continental climate with little influence from the warm Adriatic makes it possible to produce medium-bodied, seductive and spicy reds and dense semi-sweet whites.

Key varieties: Blaufrankish (Frankovka modra), Muscat, Welshriesling (Vlassky Ryzlink), Furmint (Sipon).


The westernmost wine-growing region of Slovenia, historically associated with the Italian region of Friuli. Hot summers and the influence of the Adriatic and the Alps at the same time produce powerful and aromatic wines.

Key varieties: Refosco (Refosk), Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malvasia.