In Dolenjska region the joke has it, that on St Martins somebody has stolen all the grape juice and replaced it with wine. This is also the time of the year when the people would remember the deceased. In Bela Krajina, by tradition, they would leave a jug of wine and a glass on the table after the celebrations, in case a restless soul would stop by at night. Leaving food and wine on the table over night would also work as a recommendation for the next years harvest. In Slovenske gorice this was the time when rent was to be payed to the owners for rented pastures. The money was usually spent immediately there after on a large dinner and wine, sometimes even live music. In upper Bohinj Valley new members would be accepted in to the “Boys club”, those were the 18 year olds that got their draft ticket in the past year. They would have to pay for a “Stefan” of wine (a 5 litre jug) and sing, after they were done singing they had to present their girlfriends, if she would be present he would ask her to light a cigar for him, if she did he would be accepted, if not he would have to wait for one more year.