This trip can be made anytime in a year. I offer you to explore the beautiful vineyards of the Moravian countryside while learning all about the history of viticulture and wine production in the Czech Republic's main wine-producing region, as well as the history and culture of the people living in the villages nearby. The vineyards are mostly located south of Brno, on the way to Austria and along the Slovak border.
Check what the New York Times wrote about this wine region in 2016.
We will travel to a rustic wine cellar, where the smell of earth and brick hangs heavy in the air. Enjoy a guided wine and food tasting, where you will sample rare and traditional local foods and snacks of the region. Get a taste of Czech history!
I will pick you up, drive you to the vineyards where we can sample some wine, then we will go to the wine cellar to have some snack or lunch and there you can enjoy unlimited wine sampling . In a "happy mood" you will be taken back to Brno (your hotel) or the place of your stay. More info here...
Duration: from 3 hours to ????
Distance from Brno: 35 km and more
Travel: by car or a minicoach
Fully escorted with informative commentary
Price: individual, please send me an e.mail
GROUP DISCOUNTS POSSIBLE.
I just wanted to write and say what a great day we had visiting the local vineyards around Brno. All the lads were really impressed with the quality of the food and wine that was served up. I thought you put together a really excellent package for us which isn't an easy thing to organise from the UK. It was a nice blend and balance of education and drunkeness. I would whole heartedly recommend your services to anyone who fancies doing a wine tour in the Czech Republic.
I wish you and your team well. If I am back in Brno soon I will be sure to look you up.
All the best.
Wine sampling in Valtice
Wine sampling in Hustopece 2013