This paper investigates the topic of wine tourism in the border area Styria-Slovenia. Originally this region was connected, thus, both of them share a common natural landscape and cultured landscape. In addition, the region of Styria-Slovenia has the same climatic conditions and shares the historical past in viniculture. However, it appears that not only viniculture but especially wine tourism have developed much better in the region of Styria and, therefore, are now more well-established as opposed to Slovenia. In this paper I will argue that there is a touristic dispersion of wine tourism in the border area Styria-Slovenia, which has been triggered by a different touristic development, a difference in quality of the product wine as well as wine industry, and, last but not least, infrastructural reasons. The aim of this paper is to investigate the wine regions of the border in Styria-Slovenia with regard to wine tourism and viniculture. Furthermore, possible common grounds will be examined and compared to define consequential differences. With the help of expert-interviews from both countries in the border region not only the situation of viniculture and wine tourism was empirically surveyed but also differences and common grounds were confirmed. In order to compare the wine regions and exemplify the differences, statistics in the area of viniculture as well as touristic accommodation were surveyed and evaluated. The outcome incorporates in suggested steps and recommendations for a future wine tourism in Slovenia and accordingly it is investigated if such are welcome and already in development.