Producer Profile


The Rojac family's legacy in Gažon dates back to the seventeenth century, rooted in the cultivation of vines and olive trees. Upholding ancient traditions while embracing modern enology, they cultivate wines that reflect their close connection to nature. With a belief in minimal human interference, they nurture their vineyards with care, treating each vine like a child. Embracing the natural conditions of Slovenian Istria, they produce exceptional quality grapes, focusing on both white and red varieties. In the cellar, their emphasis lies on allowing the wine to express its origin, employing macerations and autochthonous yeasts to impart authenticity. Unfiltered and bottled to allow full development.

Where The Wines Come From


Nestled along the stunning coastline of the Adriatic Sea, Istria is a hidden gem in the world of natural winemaking. This enchanting peninsula, shared by Croatia, Slovenia, and Italy, boasts a rich history of winemaking dating back thousands of years. In recent years, Istria has emerged as a hub for artisanal winemakers dedicated to sustainable viticulture and minimal intervention practices. Indigenous grape varieties such as Malvazija Istarska and Teran thrive in Istria's diverse terroir, which ranges from limestone hills to coastal plains. Winemakers here embrace organic and biodynamic farming methods, working in harmony with the land to produce grapes of exceptional quality and character. In the cellar, minimal intervention is the guiding principle, with spontaneous fermentations and aging in neutral vessels allowing the true expression of the grapes and terroir to shine through. The resulting natural wines from Istria are a reflection of the region's pristine beauty, with their vibrant flavors, elegant textures, and a sense of place that captures the essence of this enchanting corner of the Mediterranean.