Mentioned in sources since Middle Ages, the story of Rebula tells us about its cultural heritage regarding the cultivation and everyday life with Rebula wine in Brda (Slovenia) and Collio (Italy) region. Nature played a crucial role in this unique region divided by a border, providing exceptional conditions for making a premium wine like Rebula, thanks to its terrain characteristics. The Mediterranean and Alps climate influence and its modest soil, ‘opoka’, give the wine its distinguishing mineral note.
Charming in its complex simplicity, Rebula inspires wine makers with its freshness and lightness, but at the same time, it persuades also as mature wine, aged in oak or any other barrel or amphoras, macerated or orange wine, sparkling wine, as well as sweet wine made from naturally dried grapes.
The broad and varied use of Rebula accompanied with more sophisticated cousine, convinces owners of the best restaurants around the world to add at least one or two of Brda Rebula wine on their wine lists.