There are taces of Malvasia istriana in our land, between Val Rosandra and Istria, since 1300. A fragrant variety, full and persistent, which however hasoften been overlooked due its delicacy and predisposition to diseases. The sanitizing presence of constant breezes and Bora have always allowed minimal interventions, giving us a healty grape that contains a lot of sapidity and minerality, which enhaces bottle aging, even after several years. In fact, the cultivation of Malvasia istriana and other autochtonous is carried out by virtuosos who do not want to come to terms with the market neverthless, operating in a niche that does not have a large production, but offers wines with a strong temper. A "heroic viticulture" that wants to make its wine live even after several years from its harvest.
Dad Zoran in the 70s decided not to eradicate Malvasia vines to make room for reds, thus continuing to produce a pleasantly full and very expressive wine, rich in melodious aromaticity. And here is the name Poje, from the statement "ona poje" which in Slovene means "she sings".