Another Oslavian grand master of wine, Dario Prinčič has ten hectares of densely planted vineyards, with the majority of the vines enjoying a southeastern exposure. Because the land is very steep, and the soil is composed of clay and sandstone, everything is done by hand.
Pinot Grigio in Princic's hands does 18 months in old oak. It's wild strawberry and plum, smudges of nuttiness, fresh baked bread mixed with some musky, smoky tones. A thesis in orange wine.