Girls just wanna have wine! || Zidanica Malek, Jeruzalem Ormož

PHOTO: Nike Koležnik

Ni skrivnost, da imam rada dobro vino in od nekdaj sem si želela z dekleti na degustacijo vin. Letos se mi je ta želja uresničila in odpravile smo se na Zidanico Malek, kjer ponujajo odlična vina Jeruzalem Ormož, zagotovo ena mojih najljubših slovenskih vin!

Nastanjene smo bile na turistični kmetiji Hlebec, ki jo izredno priporočamo! Presenečene smo bile nad gostoljubnostjo gospoda Milana in izvrstnimi okusi iz kuhinje (in njihovega vinograda!), od tam pa nas je pot zanesla na Zidanico.


"Jeruzalemska vina so nekoč zorela v mnogih zidanicah kot je Malek in nekatere se še danes razprostirajo po goricah. Malek, ki stoji ob vinski cesti med Jeruzalemom in Svetinjami, je tipična slovenjegoriška zidanica bogatih lastnikov vinogradov v preteklosti. Ime je dobila po izpeljanki iz nemške besede Maylegg, Maleck ali Malegg, kar pomeni na robu hriba stoječi grad, pa tudi kraj, kjer so opravljali sodbe."


Zidanica Malek je za degustacije in oglede odprta med 1. majem in Martinovim, vsak dan med 11. in 18. uro, rezervirajte svoj termin tukaj.
It's no secret that I love good wine and I've always wanted to go wine tasting. My wish came true this summer when me and my girls went wine tasting to Malek vineyard cottage, where they offer wines and bubbles from Jeruzalem Ormož, one of my favorite Slovenian wines!

We were staying at the Tourist farm Hlebec, which I truly recommend as you will be treated with best cuisine and hospitality. And from there, we went to the vineyard cottage. 

"Jeruzalem wines once ripened in many vineyard cottages just as Malek and some are still standing today dispersed on the hills. Malek, which stands at the wine road between the villages of Jeruzalem and Svetinje, is a typical vineyard cottage in Slovenske gorice previously owned by the rich owners of the vineyards. The vineyard cottage was named after a derivative from German words Maylegg, Maleck or Malegg, which means a castle standing on the edge of a hill, as well as a place where judgements took place."

The Malek vineyard cottage  is open every day between 11am to 6pm from 1 May to St. Martin’s Day. Make a reservation here.





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