Kavaliči 7, 6276 Pobegi
The cellar in the village of Kavaliči, located on a seaside hill with a wonderful view of the Gulf of Trieste, is hidden in the last house of the village on the road between Sveti Anton and Marezige. The first record of the farm on maps dates to as early as 1529. After the untimely death of master Dario, the Kavalič winery has been run by his wife, viticulturist, and winemaker Marjeta Kavalič, for many years. When caring for the wine, she remains faithful to the traditional cultivation of the flagships among the wines of Slovenian Istria: the structurally rich Refosco and the gentle and fruity Malvasia. The winegrower tends to the vines by hand and the grapes are carefully hand-picked by loyal and respected pickers from all over Slovenia, who come to Marjeta’s aid every year. The oldest Refosco vines are over 80 years old. In the cellar, the winemaker avoids the use of unnecessary new oenological additives and successfully defies time with tradition. Marjeta is especially proud of the resurrected old native variety Maločrn, also known as Piccolo Nero, which produces a pleasant and fresh Rosé. She calls it “women’s wine”. It is processed and cared for by women with the full measure of Istrian women’s stubbornness and perseverance, and it is meant for real women. We produce olive oil from 170 olive trees, the oldest among them planted by the fathers of our ‘nonos’, and the ages of the trees have been forgotten. You can buy our wine and olive oil in the wine cellar with prior notice. We also offer special bottling for gift programs, New Year’s business gifts, weddings, and anniversaries. When visiting the farm, it is possible to pick seasonal fruits for your jams and juices, but only if the harvest is plentiful.
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