The Radikon winery lies just west of the Slovenian border in Fruili in the village of Oslavia. Radikon farms the entirety of their twelve hecatres according to organic principles, completely eschewing the use of conventional fertilizers or treatments. The vineyards, which were originally planted by current owner Stanko Radikon's grandfather, are planted at extremely high densities in order to restrict vigor in the vines, leading to vines that produce less, but higher quality fruit. Vineyard work at Radikon is done by hand. Winemaking tends toward the "natural" utilizing open-top wooden vats and extended skin contact even for the white wines.