Stajerska is a hilly, predominantly white wine area in north-eastern Slovenia, bordering Austria and Hungary. Befitting its location it has a rich and varied history, with styles and varieties both of itself and of its neighbours. It is here that Matija Žerjav - known as Matic to his friends - farms nine hectares of old, organic family vineyards and makes wine in a cellar dating back to 1852. “We work only with what nature gives us,” says Matic, “so no chemicals in our wines.”
'Postopoma' means "gradually progressive" in Slovenian which is exactly what this wine is. It is the result of taking a modern approach while respecting traditional methods.
The wine is a field blend of mostly Kerner and Riesling, it has been macerated on skins for several weeks to develop an exciting colour, texture, and flavour profile.
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