THE WINE - GROVING SUB REGION MIKULOV

Where it all began

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FACTS

The town and wine region where it all begun and one of the world's oldest human settlement. This is the historical centre of viticulture and winemaking in the Czech Republic.

The Mikulov wine sub-region and its wines is characterized by the limestone soil found in the Palava Highlands. The vineyards are spread mostly along the hillsides and slopes of the Highlands producing predominantly white wines with distinctive fruit driven aroma, minerality and refreshing acidity.

aracterized by the limestone highland Palava. The vineyards are spread mostly along the hillsides and slopes of Palava Highlands producing predominantly white wines with distinctive fruit driven aroma, minerality and refreshing acidity.
mikulov
Total vine planted area
4432 hectares
Main varieties
Welschriesling, Riesling, Grüner Veltliner, Pinot Noir
Main wine centres
Mikulov, Valtice, Perna, Pavlov, Dolni Dunajovice

 

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