The family of Edi Simčič owns 12 hectares of vineyards in the winegrowing region of Goriška Brda, close to the Italian border. Their vineyards are situated in the villages Vipolže, Kozana, and Fojana, at altitudes between 100 and 250 metres, with a south-east to west orientation.
Their bottling first began in 1989 with 3000 bottles, while the current total production of a range of varietals and blends is approximately 60,000 bottles. All wines are aged in barrels, with French oak used for both whites and reds.
The three different Edi Simčič lines – the Classic, the Lex, and the Single Vineyard, truthfully display the full potential of the local terroir. Their foundation is low to minute yield per vine and strict selection of grapes in the vineyard, resulting in full-bodied and multi-layered wines with modern, even controversial tones, great length, and deep fruitiness. Grapes are harvested at optimal ripeness, giving elegant and refined notes of mature fruit on the palate. Since the beginnings, sustainable wine growing and wine making has been a staple goal of the family.