Five vineyards in Solkan are located under the St, Catherine (Kekec) hill at an altitude between 110 and 180 metres above sea level. The vineyards cover an area of approximately 1, 35 ha. They face south-east and grow on flysch, also known as ‘opoka’ or ‘soudan’.
THE IVANKA VINEYARD was planted in 1937. It covers an area of 4,100 square metres. Its basis are 80 year old malvazija and rebula vines.
THE MARIJO KURINC VINEYARD from 1932 covers an area of 1,850 square metres. Its treasure are 80 year old malvazija, rebula, tokaj, glera, poljšakica and rumeni muškat vines.
THE SILVA KURINC VINEYARD, planted in 1982. It is a smaller vineyard, it only covers an area of 600 square metres. Malvazija, rebula and sauvignon grow here.
THE GOSPODOVO VINEYARD covers an area of 4,400 square metres, malvazija, rebula and merlot have been growing here since 1978.
THE BIŠČ VINEYARD from 1976 covers an area of 2,180 square metres. There, in the St. Catherine area, malvazija, tokaj and chardonnay grow.
It is the only vineyard owned by the consortium and it belongs to the Goriška Brda wine region. On approximately 5000 square metres of steep terraces 1500 vines grow. 600 of these are rebula, the other 900 are merlot, barbera, refošk, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, maločrn, cipra, shirac, gamay and vranac. The vineyard has been growing on opoka since 2004. It is located at an altitude of 230 metres above sea level, facing south-east.
In Potoče the Consortium of abandoned vineyards has 1500 vines growing in the Vipavska dolina valley wine region. Half of the vineyard is rebula and the other half is malvazija. It covers 0,3 hectares on 80 metres above sea level. The vines grow on gravelly soil.