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One of the three winegrowing regions in Slovenia in the west of the country on the border with Italy, The name means "by the sea", although only a relatively small part lies on the Adriatic coast. The climate is characterized by a hot summer and an autumn with often strong thunderstorms. In addition, viticulture is also influenced by the cold north wind "Bora". The vineyards cover a total of 8,081 hectares of vineyards. The region is divided into the four winegrowing areas Goriška Brda with 1.992 hectares, Kras (karst) with 753 hectares, Slovenska Istra (Slovenian Istria) with 2.331 hectares and Vipavska Dolina (Wippachtal) with 3.005 hectares of vineyards. These form the extension of the two Italian growing areas Carso and Collio Goriziano in Friuli, incidentally, have very similar geological and climatic conditions.