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Benedict Slovenian White, Dveri Pax 2019

White Wine from Slovenia
The foothills of the mountains around Maribor in north-east Slovenia have long been a source of brilliant white wines. This is a delightful blend of pinot grigio, furmint and riesling, with good body and stylish Alpine freshness.
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Code: SL191

Wine characteristics

  • White Wine
  • Dry
  • Furmint
  • 12% Alcohol
  • No oak influence
  • Now to 2022
  • 75cl
  • Screwcap

Dveri Pax

The Benedictine monks from Admont Abbey, across the border from Graz in Austria, have been producing wine in today's Slovenia since 1139. The name derives from the Slovenian for door (dveri) and the Latin word for peace (pax).

When Slovenia regained independence, they were able to reclaim and rebuild their old vineyards from 2001 onwards, investing considerable amounts of effort and money because the monks take an enviably long-term view and have good resources. A spanking new cellar was completed in 2007.

The estate is 320 hectares in size with 73 of those under vine currently. Winemaker Danilo Flakus followed Erich Krutzler (married to Elin Pichler of the top Austrian estate FX Pichler) who helped to establish the Dveri Pax reputation for excellent wines from its foundation, first as a consultant and then as manager and winemaker.
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This exquisite Slovenian white is made from an inspired blend of pinot grigio, furmint and riesling. The Benedictine monks from Admont Abbey, across the border from Graz in Austria, have been...
This exquisite Slovenian white is made from an inspired blend of pinot grigio, furmint and riesling. The Benedictine monks from Admont Abbey, across the border from Graz in Austria, have been producing wine in today’s Slovenia since 1139. Winemaker Danilo Flakus has taken the reins of the elite Austrian estate FX Pichler and this wine continues its tradition of making excellent wines. I urge you to taste [this] stunning “Alpine” white.
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- Matthew Jukes

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