In Slovenia viticulture and winemaking has existed since the time of the Illyrian tribes, long before the Romans would introduce winemaking to the lands of France, Spain and Germany.
Today Slovenia has more than 28,000 wineries making between 90 million litres annually from the country's vineyards. About 75% of the country's production is white wine.
Most of the country's wine production falls under the classification of premium (vrhunsko) wine with less than 30% classified as basic table wine (namizno vino).
Slovenia has three principal wine regions: the Drava Valley, Lower Sava Valley and Slovenian Littoral.
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