Written sources show that as early as the time of Austro-Hungary, more precisely during the time of the German Emperor Charlemagne, they exercised their right to pour wine. This right also continued through the reign of Empress Maria Theresa and the Austro-Hungarian Emperor Joseph II. The decree of 1784 allowed winegrowers an 8-day deadline to pour wine. According to this decree, the farmer or the winegrower sold his wine surpluses from the previous year in the winery (OSMICA) under the branch. He was able to sell wine 8 days a year without tax. To inform others that the eight is taking place, they attached a bunch of ivy - fraska to the front door. Our Eight We started working with Osmica in 2001. Osmica is located in a larger space, which we rearranged from the hayloft. The eight is performed twice a year, usually around St. Martin's Day, in November and in spring in April or May. This year, 2016, it will take place from 20 to 29 May. From the drink on the eighth we offer: homemade wine (white: pinela, ribula, sauvignon, red: cabernet sauvignon, merlot and rose) homemade soft drink (apple juice, natural mineral water) From the food we offer: homemade cured meat products (homemade cheese in olive oil, home-baked bread) locally typical stew rustic plate (pork ribs, pork steak, sausages, cabbage, turnips, potatoes) walnut strudel and apple strudel. The Ferjančič homestead can be found in the village of Gradišče nad Vipavo, from where you have a view of the valley. We offer open and bottled wines. For additional information and a visit, we are available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday or by prior arrangement.