In 2011, we started importing Radikon. A time when orange wine was barely known. Japan and the Netherlands were one of the few countries where Radikon was sold. It was only in the year that Stanko died that it started to become popular, 20 years after he had taken his first steps as a pioneer in orange wine as we know it today.
Located in the town of Oslavje (Friuli), on the border with Slovenia, where the war and poverty over the last hundred years are still clearly visible, Saša is in charge. His father Stanko died in 2016, from then on Saša had to do it all by himself.