The Asia Alps Wine Limited
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Unit 703, 7/F., Alliance Commercial Building133, Connaught Road C., Central Hong Kong

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THE WINEMAKING PARADISE ON
THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE ALPS
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Ferdinand wines are superb in style & technique and have a very personal, unique note as well, reflecting love for nature and passion for winesand winemaking. They are simply special.
 
Ferdinand winery

Whether they are working in the vineyards or the cellar - their main aims are always: respect for nature and creating new knowledge.

Ferdinand winery try to understand every vine site and its micro-climate to see which one is best suitedfor a certain variety; choosing optimum locations and yields and best harvest time. This is how they can grow the best grapes and turn them into unique wines in such a spontaneous and natural way.
Matjaž Četrtič - winemaker

Today the Ferdinand wine house is led by Matjaž Četrtič, an agronomist who wanted to become a winemaker from an early age. He brought a family wine growing tradition back to life from the times when his great grandfather was making wine very successfully.
Ferdinand vineyards

Near the pretty village of Kojsko, where the Brda hills roll into the Slovenian Alps, you will find Ferdinand winery vines growing on breathtakingly steep slopes with an eastern and southern view.

Their vineyards are between 150 and 300 m above sea level and benefit from extreme temperature changes between night and day. Combining a perfect altitude with the special position of the vineyards, they can produce harmonious, typical and pleasantly fresh wines.  The marl soil doesn't allow for high yields and so Ferdinand winery wines are full and suitable for longer storage and ageing.
Brda wine-region

The Brda region is Ferdinand winery home,  motive and inspiration. You will find Ferdinand wines in the unique Brda region, nestled between the Adriatic sea, the European Alps and the Italian Friuli, where rolling hills are warmed by the Mediterranean sun during the day and cooled by Alpine breezes at night.