VIPAVA-Tal | Weinverkostung – Villa For Forest

Datum: Mo, 17.06.2019 um 18:30
Veranstalter: Villa For Forest / Verein Innenhofkultur
Ort: Viktringer Ring 21, Klagenfurt

Die Winzer:
- SVETI MARTIN
- STRATA
- MIŠKA
Eintritt frei für alle ! Join us !

SVETI MARTIN WINES

COMITTMENT….
Wines from Sveti Martin are not something new, created from nothing. They are wines that have
told stories for generations and they please those who trust them. We are committed to creating
wines that please your senses…but most of all your soul.
Rather than chasing new trends, our priority is preserving the individuality of our wines, which truly
express their terroir and origin.
TRY THE WINES FROM SVETI MARTIN AND EXPERIENCE SOMETHING UNIQUE!

THE PAST….
Peter Stegovec bought a piece of land in Sveti Martin around 1880 and started a long family tradition
of winegrowing and winemaking. Today, the house is still called “Pri Petrovih” (Peter’s family house).
Peter was a well-read man who had obtained a permit to open a wine shop in Trieste at the end of
the 19century.
His son Franc and grandson Stojan followed his footsteps However they both died young and, despite
great plans, were not able to expand the estate.

PRESENT….
Stojan’s son Boris and his wife Boža were finally able to bring the families love and plans for the land
to fruition. Through the years, they managed to expand the family estate, where the wines of
Stegovec family thrive with great pride.
And, to close the family circle, Boris’ son Peter Stegovec, the fifth generation of the Stegovec family
in Sveti Martin, now manages the estate. He believes in the tradition of Sveti Martin and is therefore
well-suited to preserving “Pri Petrovih”.


Wine celllar MIŠKA
Discover the secrets of Miška wines. The indigenous and local varieties such as Pinela, Zelèn, Ribolla and Barbera are produced in exclusive small quantities. The cosily furnished tasting room offers enough space for 60 people. Wine cellar Miska is located in Erzelj, a village in the Upper Vipava Valley in Slovenia.


STRATA WINES

First vineyards of Strata were planted in 1950s just to have some noble drink in the house. Though the quantities weren´t plenty, the winemaker Leopold quickly became known to have the best wine in the area. He obviously had the right touch which pushed him forward to longlasting committment. His philosophy was always connected with nature. The wine was kept in wooden barrels with as little added sulphur as possible. Yeasts of course came from the oaks, where they slept through the winter. And the wine was good…

When his hands became too tired to prune the vines and nurture the soil, Alojzij, the youngest of his six children came to help. 90` were already different times, but despite his four children and a full-time job, Alojzij managed to follow the legacy of Leopold. The biggest of help was his acquisition of inox tanks. And the wine was even better…

Another milestone happened a few years after millenium. Alojzij`s family always helped him in the harvest but his second child Andrej always had some new ideas concerning the winemaking technologies. Alojzij thought this through and decided, that it was the time to let the young birds fly. As from 2006 vintage Andrej was in full control. Similar to his grandfather Leopold; it turned out that he enharited the love and the touch. And the wine…well, he will pour the glass with a smile…then you will decide.

The Strata cellar and vineyards are still in the boutique range. Andrej is giuding the wines through prolonged maceration to barrels where they rest to reach their peak.  The cellar holds different sorts of wine. Reds are the Rose wine, Barbera, Merlot and Refošk, whites,  the Rebula, Malvazija and a little bit of Riezling.

The Strata cellar and its vineyards are located in Vipava valley –  on the slopes of mount Čaven.

Termine

heute um 19:00

Slow Light – Seeking Darkness | Buchpräsentation – Villa For Forest

Villa For Forest, Viktringer Ring 21, Klagenfurt Das Buch Slow Light – Seeking Darkness erscheint am 30.11.2022 im Verlag Johannes Heyn Klagenfurt/Celovec. Das Buch ist ein Kompendium vieler diverser Ebenen und Aspekte der Dunkelheit, die während des Projektes künstlerisch, kulturell, ökologisch und interdisziplinär exploriert wurden.
Buchlink:
http://www.verlagheyn.at/buch/detail/slow_light_seeking_darkness/

Zum Projekt spricht Sandra Kocuvan, Leiterin des thematischen Koordinationspunktes Kunst und Kultur der Alpen-Adria-Allianz.
Ausklang mit Musik und Verköstigung.

Auf Ihr Kommen freuen sich die Vereine Klanghaus und Innenhofkultur sowie der Verlag Johannes Heyn.

Slow Light – Seeking Darkness wurde als eines von vier Siegerprojekten im Rahmen des ersten Calls der Kärntner Kulturstiftung zum Thema „Umbrüche“ prämiert und wird vom BMKOES, Land Kärnten, Land Steiermark und der Alpen-Adria-Allianz unterstützt.
übermorgen um 19:30

SKEW – Villa For Forest

Villa For Forest, Viktringer Ring 21 Sascha Niemann, voc
Karl Leschanz, p
Edoardo Blandamura, b
Klemens Marktl, dr
Karl Leschanz, vielseitiger Pianist und Initiator von SKEW, Klemens Marktl, umtriebiger Schlagzeuger von Klagenfurt und Wien bis New York, Edoardo Blandamura, Allrounder am Bass mit Zug zur zeitgenössischen Musik und Sänger Sascha Niemann, Musikant im besten Sinn des Wortes spielen einander Lieblingsstücke zu. Finden Ausgefallenes, imitieren, ergänzen, entwickeln.
Eintritt: € 19 | € 10 StudentInnen, SchülerInnen, unter 18
(1 € aller Tickets ist für den Betrieb der Villa For Forest !! - Grössere Spenden: HERZLICH WILLKOMMEN)
Foto © Klara Leschanz
am Fr, 09.12.2022 um 19:00

Ausstellungseröffnung – Gert Jonke Haus PLUS | Villa For Forest

Villa For Forest, Viktringer Ring 21, Klagenfurt Lilith Erian, Johannes Farys, Jonas Fliedl, Kami Gharabaghi, Gregor Jakobitsch, Nina Herzog, Luis Kogler, Ina Riegler, Dominik Scharfer, Sebastian Tschebull

Kuratiert von Daniel Russegger und Sebastian Tschebull.
Wir freuen uns, Sie zu unserer nächsten Ausstellungseröffnung in die Villa For Forest am 9.12.2022 um 19 Uhr einladen zu dürfen.

Lange stand das Haus, in dem Gert Jonke seine Kindheit verbracht hat, leer. Seit 2021 wird es abwechselnd von verschiedenen Künstler*innen als Atelier und Werkstatt genutzt. Die bisherigen Ergebnisse werden im Zuge der Ausstellungsreihe des Vereins Innenhofkultur gemeinsam mit zwei jungen Künstlerpersönlichkeiten und Mitgliedern des Kunstvereins Kärnten, Johannes Farys und Ina Riegler, im Erdgeschoss der Villa For Forest präsentiert.

DJing - in direction funk - wird den Abend noch weiter erhellen.
Foto © Michael Watzenig