Joško Gravner is a leading/innovative/influential winemaker in the Collio hills of the Friuli region of northeastern Italy, on the border of Slovenia. Considered a pioneer of the modern-day orange wine movement, he follows an ancient, low-intervention style of winemaking, producing uniquely characterful wine.
- November 26, 2022Categories: Winemakers, Features, Wine NewsTags: slovenian wine , ribolla gialla , oslavia
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