On a small geographic area, on the border separating Croatia and Slovenia, the hills of Međimurje and the vineyards of Ljutomer-Jeruzalem meet. This is where stretching over approx. 10 hectares best vineyards of the Štampar family are grown. Situated at 300 m above sea level, far away from any roads and urban vibrations. The rolling hills of Sveti Urban and Krpec in Robadje are where the best grapes of Pušipel, Graševina, Silvanac Zeleni, Chardonnay, Pinot Sivi, Rajnski Rizling, Muškat Žuti, Sauvignon, Cabernet Sauvignong and Gamay in Međimurje ripen. The crops yield standard harvests, late harvests, select dried berries and ice harvests.
The microregion of their vineyards has a typical continental climate, with cold winters and hot summers as well as very good average humidity. The steep to moderately steep hills are dominated by clay with occasional marl, sediment, sparse layers of sandstone and thin layers of black soil.
Štampar winery is especially great at making still white wines, recognisable for their unique freshness, exceptional aroma and varietal purity. And in years characterised by an exceptional balance and rhythm of precipitation, many hours of sunlight, warm and cold nights, as well as sub-zero temperatures at ideal times, beautiful late harvests, select dry berry and ice wines of local graševina and pušipel are made.