Feravino was established in the 1700s but their vineyards have been farmed since the 1300s. The region was put to vine by the Cistercians and Templars, with the key black grape variety being Frankovka, known elsewhere as Blaufrankisch. The white grape distinctive to the region is the indigenous, mineral-driven Graševina, which Feravino does in a still and sparkling style. All their wines are hand-harvested and intervention is kept to a minimum. These wines have modern richness coupled with Old World sensibilities and charm.