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The tradition of wine growing and trading dates back to 1833, and their first label was printed over a decade ago. Among all the varieties they grow, Pinot Gris and Merlot do particularly well. The most recognizable wines in their cellar are Sivi Pinot and Stara Brajda (white and red). Interesting to the European market are Rebula, Furlanski Tokaj, Sivi Pinot, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Modri Pinot.

Stojan SÄurek farms 17 hectares of vines and produce up to 60,000 bottles in a year, making this estate one of the region's larger independent estates. Tomaz SÄurek (left) has now joined his father in winemaking and running the business, although all of Stojan's five sons are involved. The majority of their vineyards are on the Italian side of the border, and SÄurek exports around 45% of its production, mostly to the ex-Yugoslavian states, but also across northern Europe. These are very solid, fruity, good quality commercial wines with minimal skin maceration: just six to eight hours in the press for whites, before chilling and to stainless steel for fermentation. Reds are macerated for 10 days or so for. In the cellars, classical music is played to the slumbering wines.



 
Pinot Gris