Repnice, part of the Bizeljsko-Sremiška wine road, is one of the specialties that will certainly not leave you indifferent. These are caves excavated in quartz sand, where they used to store turnips over the winter, which was the main fodder for livestock and from which turnips got their name. After the abandonment of this type of storage, the wine cellars became monuments of the past, and many winegrowers converted them into a place for storing and tasting wines. For example, in the villages of Brezovica, Bizeljsko, Pišece, and Globoko, you can even visit the more than 200-year-old repnice. Their visit is a truly unique experience. Some of them have unusually interesting ornaments on the ceiling or the walls. They have the ideal temperature and humidity, which are necessary for the storage and maturation of wines. We recommend:
REPNICA NAJGER, REPNICA BALON, REPNICA VINO GRABEN, REPNICA PRI KOVAČEVI.
||approx. 15 km (Bizeljsko)
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