On the slopes of the wine road of the lower Vipava valley, on the sunny side, there are 13 hectares of vineyards where grapes ripen. These are hand-picked to fill the barrels of the Malovščevo wine cellar, thus continuing the family tradition of wine-growing. We pay great attention to growing grapes and winemaking since the natural ripening process of grapes and winemaking is characteristic for our farm. This old tradition is nowadays combined with advanced technology. In the cellar 14 sorts of wine ripen, including ancient local sorts such as Vitovska Grganja, Zelen, Barbera, Merlot and Rebula – once almost forgotten. Today they achieve prime quality with their uniqueness. We shouldn’t, however, forget other sorts like Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc which came to our valley from other places and hold a significant place in our cellar. Wines, especially red ones, also ripen in wood, which enhances them, since oak and acacia grow locally and are indispensable to the Vipava valley. The sunny location, high quality soil and the influence of the Mediterranean climate give the wine a rich fruity flavour, vivid colour and harmony of bouquets. For guests, visitors and wine lovers, upon prior notice, we can organise a visit to the wine cellar with food and wine tasting. Family members will relate to you the history of the farm you can imagine how life and work on the farm have developed over the centuries. Several years ago we also opened our wine cellars in Ljubljana and Škofja Loka. There, draught and bottled wines can be sampled and purchased. These cellars enable us to bring our food products and wines closer to the consumer since they are always popular among gourmets who adore local Vipava produce.