Ranfol is an ancient and rare light-skinned white grape variety native to Štajerska wine region in the northeast part of Slovenia. It has been planted there since Roman times and it is presumably a natural cross between Vulpea and Gouais Blanc grape varieties. This is a versatile white wine grape variety, normally used to make wines with slightly higher acidity level, medium to light-bodied, with a floral aroma and a straw-like yellow colour. Normally, the wines are vinified as monovarietal, but it can be seen in different blends together with Malvasia and Pinot Blanc. Some of the local very ambitious winemakers have even been using Ranfol to make sparkling wine, which is unique to this particular area and giving some promising results. The grape is planted only in Slovenia.