Gravner is based in the rolling Collio hills straddling the Italian/Slovenian border, and currently has 18 hectares under vine. 

Gravner is famous for his adoption of amphora (large clay pots, sealed with beeswax) for production. His view is that you aren’t really using amphorae (which are imported from Georgia) if you only have a few – now every wine he makes is fermented in them, and he has 45 of them in the cellar.