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Slovácko Wine Region

The natural conditions and varieties in Slovácko region vineyards are as varied as local folklore, traditions and habits. In the south of the Slovácko region you can find the area called Podluží, including most of the wine villages in the valley of the Morava River. There prosper mainly such varieties as Rhine Riesling, White and Grey Roulande, red wines Zweigeltrebe and Frank wine. The new variety Cabernet Moravia was bread in the village of Moravská Nová Ves. There are two important wine centres to the north of the Podluží region - Mutěnice with the Wine Research Institute and Polešovice, where Moravian Muscatel was bread.

Bzenec is a town with long tradition in wine growing and making. Another important centre is Strážnice, where you can visit the Museum of South-East Moravian Village. You can see local habits and traditions there. Not far from there you can visit the wine village of Petrov with its protected location of wine cellars called „Plže“. There is also one of the ports of Baťa´s channel.

In wine villages of the Slovácko region you can find many cellar lanes with various cellars and interesting local habits. So called TOP cellar lane of the area can be found in the village of Prušánky. As from June 2013 you will have a chance to visit the exhibition exposition directly in a wine cellar in the complex of cellars Nechory.

The cellar alley

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Prušánky, the largest wine village of Podluží region, lies between two hills called Nechory and Jochy, approximately 15 km to the west of Hodonína, in the Prušánka stream...

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Blatnice pod Svatým Antonínkem

Blatnice pod Svatým Antonínkem is a picturesque village in the Slovácko region, at the foothills of White Carpathians.  According to folk legends, the local wines were...

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Moravská Nová Ves

Moravská Nová Ves is one of the largest wine villages of the wine sub-region Slovácká. Even the sealer of the village contains a wine symbol – the grape vine on a stick, with...

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The geographical position of the village with large areas of vineyard slopes – that is why Mutěnice can be called the heart of the wine region. The wine cadastre of Mutěnice...

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The village of Hovorany lies in an important wine area of Dolnomoravský úval and it is characterised by production of high-quality wines. The establishment document of the...

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The village of Mikulčice lies in the centre of the Slovácko region Podluží and it is surrounded by the beautiful environment of vineyards, orchards and flooded forests. The...

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In the past, Bzenec was a royal town. Nowadays it is an important transport crossroad, an economic and business centre, popular mainly thanks to traditional wine growing. The...

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Dolní Bojanovice

The village of Dolní Bojanovice lies in the fertile land of South Moravia, in wine-growing Dolnomoravský úval, 8 km to the west of Hodonín. The village of Dolní Bojanovice...

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The town of Dubňany is bound to glass industry for its boom. Its beginnings date back to the period of 1873-75. It is also bound to mining, with the beginning of its...

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The village can be found 8 km to the north-east of Břeclav, in flat – just occasionally corrugated – country. The records of the village Hrušky can be found in written...

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Petrov is known mainly by a unique complex of original wine cellars - Plže, declared a folk architecture preserve in 1983.

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The village of Sudoměřice was established in the 13th century by Sudomír of Horka, the head of the suite of the Czech king Přemysl Otakar II..


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