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The indigenous sweet variety, once meant for nobility

Colour, aroma and taste


Colour: Antique gold with warm shades

Aroma: Invigorating bouquet reminiscent of field flowers, white peach, ripe fig and acacia honey.

Taste: An outstandingly complex, warm and smooth wine, harmonically intertwining the sensations of sweetness and sharpness.

The sommelier recommends


Food pairing: Pikolit is like a diamond – we admire it alone. Give it a try with special gourmet dishes such as oysters, blue mould cheeses and fresh foi gras.

Serving temperature: 12–14°C

Aging potential: kept in a dark place up to 15 years

Production method


Wine growing area: Brda
Vineyard area: 2 ha
Vineyard shape: terase
Vine training: single Guyot
Altitude: 120 – 150 m
Spacing: 5,000 vines/ha
Vineyards aged: 10 – 25 years
Type of soil: marl, sandstone,
Climate: sub-Mediterranean, a mixture of warm sea air and cold Alpine winds
100% Pikolit, autochthonous vriety of Goriška Brda

Harvesting: exclusively handpicked grapes, grapes are gathered in wooden crates
100% in stainless steel containers

100% in stainless steel containers

Malolactic fermentation (MLF): is over


Year and the name of the evaluation Vintage Award
2017 Vino Ljubljana (Slovenia) 2014 Regional Champion
2017 Vino Slovenija Gornja Radgona (Slovenia) 2014 Gold Medal
2017 Vins Extremes (Italy) 2014 Gold Medal


Vintage: 2015
Alcohol by volume: 13% vol
Acids: 6,01 g/l
pH: 3,67
Residual sugar: 92,7

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