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Tourist farm KABAJ - Wine, Rural tourism Goriška Brda
KABAJ Rebula 2007
An American wine expert James Meléndez, gives an evaluation of KABAJ Rebula 2007

Vineyards - Jean Michel Morel gives a short description

Wine amphora is not a craze

Wine stored in amphoras is not a craze, but a tradition with a history of 8 thousand years. It originates in Giorgia, the cradle of viticulture. The historians established that were actually the Georgians the first to start producing wine, the tradition that was later taken by the Ancient Greeks . >
Sivi pinot
The wine is crystalline with a straw yellow colou... >
Cuvée Morel
The wine has a very dark ruby red colour, it leaves long viscous streaks on a glass. Intense, complex bouquet, well balanced. A mixture of small red fruits and forest undergrowth aromas. >

Fromenteau

Pinot Gris was already known in the Middle Ages in the Burgundy region ( France), probably under the name of Fromenteau. From there it spread to Switzerland; in 1300 it reached Hungary (vineyards over Lake Balaton were planted by Cistercian monks, that is why in Hungary Pinot Gris is called szűrkebarát - "grey monk"). At the end of the 16th century it got the name Rulander after the w ine merchant J. S. Ruland from Speyer (Germany),who brought the grapevine from France to Pfalz region in 1711. >

Private group reservations

We offer pre-arranged menus and personalized wine choices for gour met pampering for private groups. On request we arrange a guided wine cellar tour or a visit to the nearby sites. We host larger groups by prior arrangement. >

The KABAJ Vineyards

The Kabaj family cultivates 12 ha of vineyards, at two sites in Brda (Šlovrenc, Belo), with the plantation of 55.000 grapevines. A major part, up to 70%, is white , dominated by Ribolla Gialla and Tokai Friulano (Sauvignonasse), two autochthonous grapevines . Their white grapevine varieties also include Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon and Malvasia. Their red grapevine varieties are dominate >