SVL Classification – SVL

SVL Classification

SVL Classification

SVL Lega

Wines on the top of the classification pyramid. Avid single vineyard wines with a true sense of place.

SVL Vas

The base of terroir-driven wines, reflecting the detailed location, elevation, and geology of the narrower wine-growing area (village).

SVL Okoliš

Dry wines from the estate holdings, vinified and matured, with an emphasis on the expression of the territory (district).

SVL Lega SVL Vas SVL Okoliš
Origin Single vineyard Narrow production area, defined by the SVL Rulebook Wine-growing district
Varieties Selected varieties, traditional for the wine-growing region, at least 85% share in a blend Selected varieties, traditional for the wine-growing region, with at least 70% share in a blend All recommended and allowed varieties of the wine-growing district
Max yield 50 hl/ha or 1,3 kg per vine 60 hl/ha or 1,5 kg per vine Quality wine defined by law
Release date White: >12 months
Red: >24 months after harvest
White: >12 months
Red: >18 months after harvest
White: >6 months
Red: >12 months after harvest

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