Radgona Gold

Radgona Gold is the first Slovenian sparkling wine made by the famous French method of in-bottle fermentation: The method is credited to Dom Perignon, a monk from the French province of Champagne. This process of production lasts two or three years and it is called the classical or traditional method.

Champagne is the only wine
a lady can drink as much as she wants to
and still remain beautiful.
(mistress of Louis XV)

It is a known fact in Radgona that Kleinošek’s Styrian sparkling wine was first sold in 1852. This piece of information was published in the newspaper “Bleiweisove novice” in 1853, in the year when Verdi’s Traviata was first performed.

The maturing of the sparkling wine in bottles shelved in the dark and silent old cellars of Radgona is what creates the golden bubbles. These golden bubbles are always present when celebrating big and small events and with them the glorious moments in our lives are enhanced.

The basic wine is Chardonnay.
Radgona Gold exists in the 3 varieties: brut, sec, demi-sec.

A steady hand, a white napkin and a tall narrow glass are a prelude to the sparkling pleasure.
Best served at a temperature of 6 to 8 degrees C.

A steady hand, a white napkin and a tall narrow glass are a prelude to the sparkling pleasure.
It tastes best served at a temperature of 6 to 8 degrees C.