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Wine varietiessivi pinot, beli pinot, chardonnay, laški rizling, renski rizling, sauvignon, rumeni muškat, traminec, šipon
THE PTUJ CELLAR
A Historical Outline
The history of viticulture in Ptuj and its surroundings has been formed through centuries by various institutions and individuals. To consider the beginnings of the wine cellar in Ptuj the first date to remember is definitely the year 1239 when the Minorite Monastery was established. The Minorites, as well as the Dominicans, acquired vast pieces of feudal land, especially in Haloze, and built first bigger cellars. So, the biggest preserved wine cellar still in use is in Ptuj in the Minorite Monastery. In the following centuries, the church and the Lords of Ptuj gradually lost the monopoly over the wine trade and were joined by numerous citizens.
: Ptujska Klet's century old dream has finally come true! Our wines have become a brand name that sends a wealth of flavour into the embrace of the expectations of consumers on all continents. We've captured the exceptional potential of the fantastic vineyard sites of Haloze and Slovenske Gorice in bottles with a simple message: Pullus, a wine with flavour.
Through an orientation towards the wishes of consumers and through a winemaking process that preserves all varietal and other natural characteristics, we’ve made Pullus the healthiest wine on the market. We can guarantee the harmony of our ingredients and recommendations which we've made in the form of recipes. We're sending Pullus into the world with a gift, which, we feel, is not unlike that given to children by their loving parents when they leave home: the excellent tradition, rich with winemaking history, of Ptuj winemaking and the satisfaction of consumer expectations, whether its a fresh, young, Pullus wine, a mature Pullus, excellent sparkling wines, Pullus with a special vintage or, in the future, archive Pullus wines. GPS Northing (N)
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