Slovenian sparkling wine is a category of sparkling wines originating from Slovenia. Slovenia has a long tradition of viticulture and produces a range of wines, including sparkling wines.
Slovenian sparkling wines are produced in different ways, such as the traditional method (Méthode Champenoise) or the Charmat method. The traditional method involves a second fermentation in the bottle, where the wine matures slowly and develops its bubbles. The Charmat method, on the other hand, involves a second fermentation in a sealed tank, resulting in a fresher and fruitier style of sparkling wine.