White grape varieties are dominating in Slovak vineyards. The northern climate of Slovakia is very suitable for different types of white grape varieties.
The most grown are Veltlínske zelené, Rizling vlašský and Müller-Thurgau. These are the varieties that are typical for the entire central European region.
Do not miss a chance to try the international varieties well known in Western part of Europe - Pinot Blanc or Pinot Gris, known in Slovakia as Rulandské biele and Rulandské šedé. Also, different styles and characters of Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Gewürztraminer are breathtaking. Confessors of Rizling rýnsky would be deligted by various Slovak styles. young Irsai Oliver or Muškát Ottonel
Not least are the unique new grape varieties - Devín, Mília or Noria - grafted in Slovakia an tested for long years to prove their best suitability in Slovak natural and oenological conditions. Slovak vine growers are also growing new cultivars from proximate or neighbouring countries - Romanian Fetească regală, Czech Pálava, Aurelius and Muškát Moravský or Austrian Neuburské are the reasons to endorse the uniqueness of vine growing and wine production in Slovakia.
Veltlínske červené skoré