At the end of a gravel road in the Lower Styrian hills sits the winery of Keltis. For almost 200 years the family Kelhar has been making wine in this part of Slovenia, close to the Croatian border. Today Marijan and his son Miha run the winery, producing about 30.000 bottles from organically grown grapes every year. About 10 years ago Miha started to be more involved in the family business, introducing organic winemaking, modern labels and a fresh style of wines.

All their wines show the typical freshness and fruit focus from Styria. Typical for Slovenian wine makers, Miha makes most white cuvées as orange wines with skin contact between a few days up to a few weeks.

Keltis’ superb wines are complemented by their labels. Most feature a drawing of the old wine cellar on their estate. It was built in the late 18th century and is still in use.

Keltis moved to organic production in 2009 and are now in conversion to biodynamic farming. Besides 5 hectares of vineyards, they also keep cattle to help fertilise the land.

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