Stanko Radikon was a giant of natural and orange wines who created some surprising and unusual wines in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region. Radikon's estate is surrounded by the Oslavia hill, which is situated between Gorizia and the Slovenian border. In 1995 the Radikons ceased to spray their vines with pesticides and seven years later they stopped adding sulphite. The estate has approximately 12 hectares of vineyards in the vicinity of the farm. They are located on steep slopes, which are very challenging to work on, but they generously contribute towards quality. The ground consists particularly of eocene marls. They match the optimum conditions for wine.