Landslides are causing problems in the vineyards of Slovenia, db has learnt, following floods described as the most devastating in the country’s history.


The prime minister Robert Golob said the floods could have produced more than €500m in damage after heavy rainfall battered Slovenia, impacting two-thirds of the country in the first week of August.

Tatjana Puklavec, who produces wines in the heart of Ljutomer-Ormož — a wine area in the North-East Podravje region —  told the drinks business that the flooding as “just another natural disaster” that had hit the winemakers of Slovenia this year,

She said that it was expecting a price rise of around 30% compared to 2022 levels as a result of the weather.