Viticulture and winemaking along with the respectful attitude towards Nature are family traditions at the Jakljevič farm. 8000 vines cover the two hectares of vineyards. Viticulture has in the recent years been complemented with tourism. The Jakljevič Tourist Farm offers home-made food produced at the farm. Guests are welcomed with a glass of home-made wine and “belokranjska pogača”, a traditional leavened flatbread sprinkled with caraway and coarse salt, typical of the Bela krajina region and classified as a protected foodstuff. The Jakljevič farm specialties are buckwheat soup and lamb dishes. Spit-roasted lamb and suckling pig are a staple at the table. At the time of the Feast of St. Martin the menu features a baked goose served with home-made mlinci (thin and crisp unleavened flatbread that is served cooked as a side dish), and red cabbage. A stout winter meal is tied to pig slaughter – black pudding, pork sausages, sauerkraut, sour turnip and buckwheat “žganci” (typical Slovenian farinaceous mush). The specific cuisine of Bela krajna is coupled with the wines produced at the farm, among them Metliška Črnina PDO and Belokranjec PDO. Wine tastings can be arranged at the farm's wine-cellar: Modra Frankinja, Zweigelt, Kerner, Sauvignon, Traminec, Laški Riesling. There are 2 apartments (2+2) and a room (2+2) available to the guests who wish to spend more time at the farm. All rooms have separate entrances, a terrace, modern furnishings, air-conditioning, TV and a beautiful view of the pristine nature.