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Vinorodni podokoliš Haloze

Najbolj strmi bregovi in izvrstna vina

Na lapornati in apnenčasti haloški zemlji, kjer se srečujeta alpsko in panonsko podnebje, odlično uspevajo izrazito sortna in harmonična vina. Na Janškem Vrhu, na višini kar 461 metrov nad morjem, uspeva odličen renski rizling, ki sicer kraljuje tudi na Velikem Vrhu. Na Goričkem zori rumeni muškat, na Turškem Vrhu beli pinot in chardonnay, na Majskem Vrhu traminec, na Hrastovcu sauvignon, na Gorci laški rizling za ledeno vino…Poleg sortnih odličnežev so haloški vinogradniki ponosni tudi na polsuho zvrstno vino haložan, ki mu značaj dajejo sorte šipon, laški rizling in sauvignon.

GASTRONOMSKE POSEBNOSTI

Erpica ali jerpica - Iz ostankov testa (zmesna moka z otrobi) pri peki kruha spečejo gospodinje okusne male pogače, premazane s smetano in obložene z ocvirki. Danes so odlično toplo pecivo na sprejemih in pogostitvah.

Haloška gibanica ali gobónca - Haloška gibanica je le ena od inačic številnih pogač, ki značilno zaznamujejo gastronomsko podobo severovzhodne in vzhodne Slovenije. V nekdaj revnem haloškem svetu je bila gibanica najbolj splošna praznična pogača. Njeno ime navaja k pomisli, da so jo pripravljali iz vlečenega testa, ki so ga pregibali v več plasteh in nadevali z nadevom.

The excellent Renski Riesling is grown on Janški Vrh, as much as 461 metres above sea level. It also reigns supreme on Veliki Vrh. Yellow Muscat ripens in Goricko, Pinot Blanc and Chardonnay on Turški Vrh, Traminec on Majski Vrh, Sauvignon at Hrastovec, Laški Riesling for ice wine on Gorca… In addition to the excellent varietal wines, Haloze’s wine-growers are also proud of their Haložan medium dry blended wine, whose character is bestowed upon it by the Šipon, Laški Riesling and Sauvignon varieties.

GASTRONOMIC SPECIALTIES
Erpica or jerpica – Housewives use dough (kneaded flour with bran) left over from bread making to bake these tasty little flat breads, spread with cream and topped with cracklings. Nowadays they are an excellent warm bake at receptions and other social events.
Haloze gibanica or gobónca - Haloze gibanica is only one of the numerous variants of pogača, which is characteristic of the culinary image of north-eastern and eastern Slovenia. Gibanica was the most widely used holiday pogača in what once was the impoverished region of Haloze. Its name suggests that it used to be made from phyllo dough, which was folded into several layers and filled with stuffing.