The family-owned estate has a long winemaking tradition that dates back to 1875. The once modest farm grew with each generation and slowly developed into the splendid homestead it is today. The current owner took over the reins at the tender age of 17, continuing the family legacy. Today, winegrowing and winemaking are based on the latest knowledge and the use of modern technology, yet in its core, the process remained much the same for centuries.
Wines produced at the Baša estate are notable for their high-quality and exceptional taste, making the family incredibly proud to be part of the wine industry. The oldest wine in the wine cellar is the yellow Muscat dessert year 2006.
Wines may be purchased at the Baša estate. Delivery is possible by prior arrangement. In addition to wines, the farm also offers homemade cured meat products and apple juice.
The Baša Excursion Farm operates a small restaurant with authentic local dishes. The restaurant is open for closed companies with a prior reservation.
Osmica Baša, an open door event, where you can visit the family farm, try and purchase their produce, is held twice a year.
Most vineyards, about 70%, are planted on flysch terraces, while the rest is located on a plain. Chardonnay (20%) and cabernet sauvignon (20%) predominate among the varieties. The varietal range includes pinot gris, rebula, sauvignon, sauvignonasse, zelen and malvasia. Each of those is planted on approximately 10% of the area. The 40-year-old Sauvignon vineyard is considered to be the oldest one on the estate.
In addition to friends and relatives, seasonal workers assist with the grape harvest. Grape picking may soon be part of the farm's tourist offer, as the number of visitors who want to participate is grows year by year.
In order to make wine, some varieties first need to be macerated. The winemaking process ends with maturation, which for some wines takes place in stainless steel containers, while others mature in barrels.
Tastings are held by prior arrangement.