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One of the three winegrowing regions in Slovenia along the border too Croatia, which is named after the Danube creek Savje (Save). It is located in the south of the country and borders the winegrowing region in the north Podravje, Posavje is divided into the three vineyards Bela Krajina (White Carniola) with 608 hectares, Bizeljsko Sremič with 1,264 hectares and by far the largest Dolenjska (Lower Carniola) with 2,456 hectares. The vineyards thus cover a total of 4,328 hectares of vineyards. To a greater extent, white wines are produced here. Important white wines are Laski Riesling ( ) Sauvignon Blanc, Beli Pinot ( Pinot Blanc ) Chardonnay, Rizvanac ( Müller-Thurgau ) and Bela Zlathnina ( Chasselas ). Important red wines are Modra Portugalka / Modra Kraljevina ( Blue Portuguese ) Gamay, Modra Frankija ( ), Modri Pinot ( Pinot Noir ) žametovka (Blue Cologne), Sentlovrenka ( St. Laurent ) and Zweigelt, There are three wines of the highest quality PTP, these are Belokranjec. cviček and Metliska Crnina, The Posavje region has some beautiful wine roads. A well known producer is Keltis,