SLOVENIAN WINE ROADS

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“We eat and drink to live! But we don’t live to eat and drink!“ That‘s what the adage says, telling us
that both wine and food are consequences of man‘s economic endeavours, a form of social cohesion
and a reflection of the immense variety of cultural creativity. That is why it is through wines
and dishes that we can recognise life styles, ordinary days and holidays, the efforts of individuals,
families and inhabitants of towns, villages and regions. Through this publication we invite you
to discover the richness of all three wine-growing regions of Slovenia, which, with its hundreds
of years of cultural entanglements, is building its modern recognisability at the junction of the
European Alps, the Mediterranean and the Pannonian Plain. It is this very junction that also gives
a special and recognisable character to all of our wines and cuisine. Our numerous, often quite
boutique and extremely natural wines, include quite a few original or autochthonous specialties,
which, along with other wines, can very quickly create unique experiences and relationships for
you. Here the path from heart to soul is a very short one... That is exactly why we are offering you
several wine routs, which will lead you through the wine-growing regions of Podravje, Posavje and
Primorska... To good people and dishes and to noble wines!

GASTRONOMIC SPECIALTIES

Erpica or jerpica – Housewives use dough (kneaded flour with bran) left over from bread

making to bake these tasty little flat breads, spread with cream and topped with cracklings.

Nowadays they are an excellent warm bake at receptions and other social events.

Haloze gibanica or gobónca - Haloze gibanica is only one of the numerous variants of

pogača, which is characteristic of the culinary image of north-eastern and eastern Slovenia.

Gibanica was the most widely used holiday pogača in what once was the impoverished

region of Haloze. Its name suggests that it used to be made from phyllo dough,

which was folded into several layers and filled with stuffing.

OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATION

Kozarčan, Franc Roškar

Pristava 28a

2282 Cirkulane

T: +386 (0)2 740 80 30

+386 (0)2 740 81 31

M: +386 (0)41 549 526

kozarcan@email.si

www.kozarcan.si

Korpič

Marija Korpič

Dravci 4

2284 Videm pri Ptuju

T: +386 (0)2 764 28 81

M: +386 (0)40 509 610

korpic@gmail.com

www.kmetija-korpic.net

Žurmanov breg

Pungarčič Robert

Drenovec 7

2283 Zavrč

T: +386 (0)2 761 06 41

M: +386 (0)41 604 264

pungarcic@siol.net

WINE-GROWERS AND VINTNERS

Kmetija Pintarjevi

Golc, Veliki Okič 1

2285 Zgornji Leskovec

T: +386 (0)2 763 06 71

Ptujska klet

Vinarski trg 1, 2250 Ptuj

T: +386 (0)2 787 98 10

info@ptujska-klet.si

www.pullus.si/prva

Skaza Magister Vini

Ulica Vide Alič 41, 2250 Ptuj

T: +386 (0)2 773 38 51

Turistična vinogradniška kmetija

Pungračič

Drenovec 7, 2283 Zavrč

T: +386 (0)2 761 06 41

Vina Lubaj

Kajuhova 3

2325 Kidričevo

T: +386 (0)2 796 18 11

Vinarstvo AS – Arnečič

Gradišča 116b

2282 Cirkulane

T: +386 (0)2 761 58 61

Vinarstvo Janžekovič Turčan

Turški Vrh 65

2283 Zavrč

T: +386 (0)2 766 00 81

Vinogradniška kmetija

Vaupotič Cestnik

Sedlašek 97a, 2256 Podlehnik

T: +386 (0)2 768 08 01

M: +386 (0)41 416 623

Vinogradništvo Kramar Marjan

Majski Vrh 26a

2284 Videm pri Ptuju

M: +386 (0)31 553 115

Vinogradništvo Plajnšek Franci

Kočice 54, 2287 Žetale

T: +386 (0)2 769 29 11

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