The geologist and winemaker uses the Method of controlled slacking® in the vineyard and in the cellar. Nothing to add and nothing to take away. Grapes are enough...

Terroir Svätý Jur

Terroir is a place where wine was born. It is connection of geology, climate, variety, tradition and the human mind into a single unit - wine. Terroir Svätý Jur is unique with granite bedrock, light sandy and stony soils, mostly south-facing slopes and over a thousand years of history of viticulture.


Organic vineyards

Our vineyards are over 40 years old. They are in a non-certified organic regime, so chemical sprays and herbicides are excluded. When cultivating the vineyards, we try to support the vine's own immunity and to protect against diseases we use contact sprays, approved for BIO production. In this way, we support biodiversity, which guarantees a living soil and a natural balance in the ecosystem of the vineyard.


Natural wines

The wines ferment spontaneously without the use of commercial yeasts and unnecessary additives of the Method of controlled slacking®. Before fermentation, the must rests on the skins for 2-3 days, for oranges, 3 weeks. We have typical Small Carpathian varieties Muller-Thurgau, Grüner Veltliner, Riesling Vlasský, Riesling Riesling and Sauvignon. The blue varieties Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Frankovka ferment on the skins for 20-30 days. All wines have a minimum content of added sulphur.


The story of wine

We start with a winter cut. This is followed by "green works" - removing unnecessary vine growths and cleaning pimples. In early June the vine blooms. Depending on the weather, we choose sprayings approved for BIO production. In September, the Muller-Thurgau matures and gradually Veltliner and rieslings. Reds are picked in October. Fast transport to the cellar, flaking, lying on the skin and hand pressing. Followed by spontaneous fermentation 3-6 weeks ...


We also offer experiential wine tasting directly in the vineyards, in the Renaissance cellar or in ViNOCENTRUM. You can find us in Svätý Jur on Prostredná Street 48. There is a signal in the cellar and call 0904 563917 or write an e-mail to