The one who walks barefoot on the bare earth - so the Slovak proverb about Naboso.
On the western foothills of the Carpathians, not far from the Austrian border, the newly in love couple Nadja and Andrej have settled down with their 5 ha project Naboso in the small Slovakian town of Svätý Jur. Nadja is originally from Germany and already worked on a vineyard in Austria. Andrej has already been a winemaker for 10 years and shows with a lot of energy, charisma and technical understanding that he simply loves making wine. This calmness, precision and sensitivity also radiate from their wines, which are only released after approx. 3 years of maturity.
The vineyards in the Malokarpatská region are planted with the grape varieties Welschriesling, Traminer, Blaufränkisch, Grüner Veltliner and a little Müller Thurgau, just like their Austrian neighbours in Burgenland and the Weinviertel, and grow on rich soils of sandy granite, which gives the wine a great tautness. The age of the vines is about 30 to 40 years.