Breakfast. Start the day with a visit of The Old Vine House (museum), where the oldest grapevine on Earth grows, as certified by Guinness World Records. At about 450 years old, the Old Vine has survived war, fire and pestilence, and still produces fat bunches of red Žametovka grapes. After the visit, head to Ptuj Winery, the oldest of its kind in Slovenia: its origins are traced back to the Middle Ages. A visit to the cellar is a memorable experience. You will also taste some of its wines. Visit Ptuj Castle, an agglomeration of styles from the 14th to the 18th centuries, but is nonetheless a majestic sight, sitting high on the hill overlooking the red-roofed burger houses of Ptuj and the Drava River. Lunch is in a restaurant in Ptuj. After lunch, travel to Jeruzalem, a small village at the heart of one of the best terroirs in the world. It was named by the Crusaders who were so taken with the area and its wine that they decided to settle there, proclaiming that they had found their Jerussalem. And you will see why, with amazing landscapes – it really is a little piece of heaven. You will taste some more wines at the Vineyard Cottage Malek owned by P&F Wineries. Enjoy a wine tasting of wines from their extensive range in a building that’s more than 300 years old and contains a house chapel with a conserved fresco. Today’s last stop is Graz, in Austria. Dinner & accommodation.