EXPLORE THE WINERIES

Check out wineries that represent the exhibition IWSE (Seoul International Wines & Spirits Expo) held in April 2016 in South Korea.
A total of 11 wineries from four regions of Moravia - Czech Republic, each with a different soul and sparkle, each with a different flavor and approach to wine.

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THE WINE - GROVING SUB REGION ZNOJMO

A wine region that spreads along the border with Austria in the vicinity of an ancient wine town Znojmo that played an important role in Czech history and whose name has given the name to the whole wine region.

The Znojmo wine region lies in the rain shadow and on the foothills of the Bohemia-Moravian Highland, whose stony soils are excellent for the cultivation of Riesling, Grüner Veltliner, and in certain parts and wine villages (Dolni Kounice even) for red varieties such as Blaufränkisch and Pinot Noir.

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THE WINE - GROVING SUB REGION MIKULOV

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.

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THE WINE - GROVING SUB REGION VELKE PAVLOVICE

The largest wine region with a deep history, wine traditions and customs that are still alive even nowadays. The central part of the region features a mosaic of soils (limestone loam, marl, sandstone etc.) and holds a high content of magnesium and is therefore a great area for growing red varieties and therefore producing red wines.So this is where red wine rules! Thanks to its relatively high diurnal temperature range, the area also produces attractive aromatic white wines.
 

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THE WINE - GROVING SUB REGION SLOVACKO

The Slovacko wine region lies in the south-east corner of the Czech Republic, bordering Slovakia and Austria. The name of the wine region is derived from “Slovakia” as it lies on its borders and shares similar customs and accent. This is the region where folklore, festivities, traditions and even local folk costumes are still alive and cherished.
The region has very heterogeneous natural vine growing conditions. In the south, the majority of the wine communes are situated in the valley of the river Morava, cooled by north-east winds. The most advantageous vineyard positions are on the hillside breaches over the Kyjovka stream or on the more elevated plains with their light soil. The altitude and lightness of the soil will dictate the intensity of summer temperature, thus giving wines that burst forth with varietal character.

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