Stanko Radikon was one of the natural wine world's true icons and his legendary work in the Oslavia region of Friuli, right by the border with Slovenia in Italy's northeast is now being carried on by his son Sasa. The wines benefit from what a soil type the Slovenian's call 'Ponca', a complex mix of sandstone, clay and marine deposits that produces powerful, mineral rich wines. With long macerations and time ageing in old oak casks, they produce wines of rare intensity.
Slatnik is an Italian produced wine with inspiration from Slovenia. Grapes are harvested and macerated on the skin for 2 weeks before stored and matured for 18 months. Fleshy, tropical, fruity but with great intensity and structure.
Region: Friuli Venezia Giulia
Grapes: Chardonnay & Tocai Fruliano
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