The family winery operates in the Znojmo wine-growing region, which is bio-geographically located in the north-pannonic sub-province. The entire pannonicum has typically a very warm climate with continental influences coming from the east and also from the Mediterranean south. On top of that its northern part lies within the reach of the cooler and moister Atlantic currents, of which mass and frequency reflect in the differences between individual vintages of wine. The Atlantic currents break the accelerating influence of the continental and Mediterranean climate and this way they significantly contribute to the higher creation of typical variety spectrums of aromatic agents.
Our vineyards stretch on the south-eastern slopes of Kraví hora in Sedlešovice. Kraví hora lies on the border of two geological areas: Bohemian Massif – crystalline complex composed of granolites and slates and Western Carpathiens composed of sea and freshwater sediments and loess. Just the granolite underbed gives our wines their unique mineral character. Low bushes, small yield burden and consistent green work in the vineyards help good maturing of our grapes.
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