Uros Klabjan produces wine in Istria, Slovenia where his family has been doing so for many generations.

His vineyards are located just 3km away from the Adriatic Sea near the gulf of Trieste and his vines are planted in a funnel shaped valley that narrows down towards the Karst Hill further away from the sea. Uros places the highest importance on farming; a member of Bon VIno, Uros keeps horses not for tilling but for fertilizer, and plants indigenous grass species between his vines to aerate the soil and feeds the horses. He believes that great wine is made in the vineyard, not in the cellar using some biodynamic practices as well and he is a champion of indigenous Slovenian varieties and organic farming. All of his vines are dry farmed without irrigation even in hot vintages and the wines go without any intervention, often going into bottle completely free of sulphites after fermentation on wild yeast.