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    • For gourmet
    • We also serve delicious “gibanica” with cottage cheese that we also call “loparnica” because it is prepared on an oven peel. It is made of homemade flour and baked in baker’s oven.

      Another speciality is our homemade nut cake or “orehova potica” and “štrudelj” with cottage cheese or apples.

      Sweet, homemade food goes together with white wine. With “štrudelj” you can choose between semi-sweet wine and aromatic wine like “Rumeni Muškat” that charms with its fruity taste and an old tree scent.
      You will not miss if you choose Prudentia’s Laški Rizling ice-wine and combine it with “orehova gibanica. You will be taken over by the flavour of citrus enriched with sugar and overripe grapes.

    • Homemade cold cut
    • You will be enchanted with our home made meat. We offer seasonal meat products such as “kranjska” sausage, “pohorska bunka” and dry salami that does good in the evening. For the diversication of product supply we offer also homemade sausage of horsemeat and paté with pumpkin seeds as well as pumpkin oil.

      Our homemade specialties go together with Laški and Renski Rizling.

    • Cheeses
    • From the beginning of time, wine has been married to cheese. That is why we offer all sorts of cheese in our local cheese dairy. The offer consists of fresh cheese, one day old cheese, ash-coated cheese, three weeks old cheese and three months old cheese. You can even try our specialty that you will not find anywhere else: cheeses laid in red wine Pinot Noire of Marcus Roux brand. Cheeses are made from cow’s milk and are not thermally processed.
      Cheeses are offered with marmalades, typical for our environment: cottage cheese marmalade, elderberry marmalade from selected elderberries and of course wine marmalade. Wine marmalades are made of red wine Modri Pinot, Jurka and ice-wine.
      Beside wine you can also buy our pumpkin oil and grape seed oil.

      To find out which wine goes with which cheese, you have to simply try it out...
      Although there is a rule that says fresh cheeses go together with fresh wine and rich cheeses with rich wine.