Category Archives: Slovenian Wines

Highlights of Taste of Slovenia May 30-June 9, 2014— You still have time to join us.

The Taste of Slovenia 2014 tour has many new food experiences this year and offers the opportunity to meet the local people who are producing real and artisanal foods.  The tour has a few places still available for interested persons. … Continue reading

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Beverages in Slovenian Language

In Slovenia people are very fond of their beverages. Coffee-  Kavo.   There are many kinds of coffee that can be ordered at  a kavarna,  the elegant coffee/pastry shops which are very popular. My favorite coffee place is located on Slovenska cesta, … Continue reading

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Taste of Slovenia 2014 tour announced, May 30- June 9, 2014

We are very proud to announce that our second annual premier culinary tour, Taste of Slovenia, will take place May 30 to June 9, 2014, showcasing the traditional and local cuisines of this small jewel of a country.  You may ask, … Continue reading

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Slovenian white wines take gold medals

Slovenia has basically three main wine producing centers: Primorska, Posavje and Podravje.  On our 2013 Taste of Slovenia tour we tasted wines mainly from the Primorska Region, which includes those of the Vipava Valley, Karst, Goriska Brda and Slovenian Istria, … Continue reading

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