It would be hard to put an exact date on when the Ščurek family became involved in viticulture, but written records show that Stojan’s grandfather Franc cultivated 1 hectare of vines, making 50 hectoliters of wine. Today, with the help of five sons, Stojan cultivates 20 hectares of vineyards, and have a yield to match. Most of the land of the estate is located in the Italian part of Brda. The lands Grotišče, Dugo, Mahober, Jazbine, Jordano, Gredič and Kozlink have the best locations. Each year the Ščureks release up to 80,000 bottles of top quality wine. They have remained faithful to fresh but full-bodied wines, and delay the first racking until late spring. These wines need a little time to develop in the glass, but once they do it is hard to stop them. While making use of state-of-the-art technology, the Ščureks also explore the secrets hidden in oak barrels, and are distinguished by their commitment to autochthonous varieties. They are particularly proud of the white and red blends Stara Brajda, UP and Kontra.