The company of Giorgio Clai is located in the village of Buje, in Krasica, Croatia. Giorgio was not born as a winemaker, he ran the family restaurant near Trieste until in 2000 he decided to change his life and dedicate himself to wine production. Buy 6 hectares of vineyards located on clayey-sandstone soils and enjoying excellent geographic and climatic conditions, the Ucka and the Uvala river from the Quieto River meet in the hills around Buje , making this place an ideal place for grape cultivation. Giorgio Clai manages its second vineyards the principles of Biodynamics, aiming for a quality product with high and low yield density, with minimal treatments and exclusive use of copper and sulfur. In the cellar the grapes are vinified with spontaneous fermentations, with long macerations on the skins, without the use of selected yeasts and refinements in large wooden barrels. Giorgio Clai produces 5 labels: the "Sveti Jakov", from the grapes a malvasia, the two "Ottocento" labels, obtained from a blend of white grapes and a cut of red grapes, the "Brombonero", to be refined in purity and the "Tasel", from gooseberry grapes. The wines of Giorgio Clai are children of the land where they are born.