It was a great visit, we were there two times, for the first time the round standalone tasting of all samples cost 150 CZK per 2 hours per person (a family visit), the second visit already for as much as doubled costs (a wine lover travel around Moravia), unfortunately, but as usually, too attractive to give up for wine lover!... 更多
Fantastic activity for wine lovers - The hundred best Czech wines, all available to sample in a cool underground location. There is detailed information posted for each wine, but almost all in Czech. We didn't get cellular service in the cellar, but downloaded Czech on google translate in advance to help out. We found the white wines to be much... 更多
The objective of this centre is to promote and support wine and viticulture in the Czech republic. It is situated in the recently renovated cellars of the Valtice chateau.All the wines featured have been awarded gold medals by the Czech Wine salon, so you are sure that the quality is good. I had feared that this would be a tourist... 更多
We got the 90 minute ticket for unlimited tasting. We tried several white wines and a few reds (although whites were much better). You can purchase cheese to go with some bread which you wander (recommended). There is water to wash the glasses and drink along the way. All the information is in Czech which was a bit of a... 更多
Would have been nice but they did not have English tours unless pre-arranged with an English speaking sommelier (500 Kc) or on Saturday's for group of 10 minimum. No English flyers either. It was interesting looking inside the wine cellar but could not experience this.
What an opportunity, to taste the highest rated 100 wines in the country! One enters the cellars of a castle, & ad lib, walks about, pouring as many & much vino as desired to test out their own preferences. Bottles are numerically ordered & described in Czech, however, WiFi allows a scan of each bottle's description in english. Prices are... 更多