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Latest Blog Posts for Czech wine

  • Devin
    on Feb 24, 2011 in White wine
    Characteristics... Young variety originated from Slovakia in 1998 as a result of cross-breeding of Tramin Cerveny with Veltinske cervenobile. Green - yello hue, distinctive aroma, moderately spicy taste reminding ripen grapefruit. Often very extract...
  • Habanske sklepy
    on Feb 19, 2011 in White wine Red wine Good brand
    400 years of wine tradition, legendary builders of cellars in Moravia, one of the most respected vineyard brand in Czech Republic. Habanske Sklepy are located in Velke Bilovice, region of Velke Pavlovice, famous wine tasting village with over forty c...
  • More about Czech wine champions
    on Feb 17, 2011 in Awards White wine
    In January 2011 International Wine Contest Grand Prix Vinex 2011 revealed winners from three neighbouring countries: Czech Republic, Austria i Slovakia. Altogether more than 300 samples of wine were tested and scrutinized... The overall winner was Gr...
  • Modry Portugal
    on Feb 13, 2011 in Red wine Modry Portugal
    Characteristics… Also known as Blauer Portigieser, supposedly brought in XVIII century from Portugal to Vienna from where it spread to Czech Republic - areas of Brno, Caslav and Melnik in Moravia region. Dark blue fruits are perfectly round, mode...
  • Czech wines in "1000 Vins du Monde"
    on Feb 11, 2011 in Awards White wine Red wine Buying
    35 wines from Czech Republic (Moravia and Bohemia regions) were enlisted in 1000 best world wines of 2011. That may not be a lot in comparison to viticulture powers like France or Italy, but speaks something of quality.Among the best you can find suc...
  • Rulandske bile
    on Feb 10, 2011 in White wine
    Characteristics...Known in the world as Pinot Blanc, originated from Burgundy, France. Sweet-sour grapes ripen in small bunches, quite late in the season. This variety can produce thin, hollow wines however especially in Znojmo sub-region, on best s...
  • National Czech Wine Salon
    on Feb 8, 2011 in Wine tourism
    Both institution and charming place in the middle of fertile soils of Moravia, this unusual exhibition presents you the best of the best.It started as a yearly national competition of best wine produced in Czech Republic. After years of growing prest...
  • Veltlínské zelené
    on Feb 6, 2011 in White wine
    Characteristics...Also known as Grüner Veltliner; variety originated in Austria and transferred with huge success to Moravian soil where it is grown in bulk. Large bunches consist of yellowish grapes, juicy and moderately sweet. Wine itself has gold...
  • Burcak - healing, refreshing and delicious
    on Feb 5, 2011 in Wine tourism Buying
    If you happen to come to Czech int the time of grape harvesting (end of September, beginning of October) you will get a unique chance to taste something of truly greater powers. Burcak i sfreshly fermented juice from pressed grapes that is not a wine...
  • Velke Bilovice - greatest wine tasting approachesNow, this is a sort of event no wine lover would ever like to miss. On 27th March 2011 in Velke Bilovice there is annual 8-hour wine tasting of best Moravian cellar jewels...The idea is simple - spending whole spring day wandering from cellar to cel...
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