Wine, Food and History Weekend in Moravia

Wine, Food and History Weekend in Moravia

Explore the wines, food and history of this picturesque wine region in the Czech Republic

Tour type: Private , Duration: 2 Days

Product ID: 24709
Description

Discover the most picturesque wine region of the Czech Republic and its fascinating history with this weekend wine tour.
The small wine region of Moravia is one of the hidden gems of Central Europe, located in the south of the Czech Republic. Over 50 varieties of the vineare planted in this small area, with soil types ranging from sandy loam, over graver, slate, lime stone up to rich clay, giving the wine their fresh, mineral, fruity and aromatic taste.  
You will have the opportunity to follow famous people who lived here, admire stunning UNESCO architecture, beautiful nature or taste rich history and local delights.
Enjoy wine tastings of top quality wines including traditional European and unique Moravian types of red and mainly white wines. Moravia also produces lesser known but no less beautiful rose wines, traditionally fermented sparkling wines, fortified wines and sweet iced wines.
Enjoy tasty rich and filling food, usually with meat, potato and creamy sauces accompanied by Czech famous dumplings. Sweet and fruity cakes evoke memories of Granny’s kitchen baking apricot, plum, blueberry or apple cake.
On Saturday you will visit the romantic Chateau who used to be main seat of the aristocratic Lichtenstein family...

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Discover the most picturesque wine region of the Czech Republic and its fascinating history with this weekend wine tour.
The small wine region of Moravia is one of the hidden gems of Central Europe, located in the south of the Czech Republic. Over 50 varieties of the vineare planted in this small area, with soil types ranging from sandy loam, over graver, slate, lime stone up to rich clay, giving the wine their fresh, mineral, fruity and aromatic taste.  
You will have the opportunity to follow famous people who lived here, admire stunning UNESCO architecture, beautiful nature or taste rich history and local delights.
Enjoy wine tastings of top quality wines including traditional European and unique Moravian types of red and mainly white wines. Moravia also produces lesser known but no less beautiful rose wines, traditionally fermented sparkling wines, fortified wines and sweet iced wines.
Enjoy tasty rich and filling food, usually with meat, potato and creamy sauces accompanied by Czech famous dumplings. Sweet and fruity cakes evoke memories of Granny’s kitchen baking apricot, plum, blueberry or apple cake.
On Saturday you will visit the romantic Chateau who used to be main seat of the aristocratic Lichtenstein family since the 18th century. The chateau includes the national wine museum hosting the top 100 best wines of Czech Republic each year.
Next, you can admire the local landscape of fertile orchards, fields and vineyards.
On Sunday you will visit the nearby Austerlitz, scene of a historic Napoleonic battlefield to trace famous Napoleon’s troops. The day ends in the capital of South Moravia, Brno. Learn about the architecture and local legends. 
In the summer you can visit over 100 wine makers during the Open Wine Cellar season followed by September wine festivals and the taste of young fermented wine juice called Burcak. This is when you truly appreciate the potential and variety of Moravian wines.
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Opportunity to prolong your stay and visit other wine region in Slovakia, Austria or nearby historical Vienna, Prague, Bratislava or Budapest.

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About this activity
Tour Timings
5:00 PM on Friday - 5:00 PM on Sunday
Group size
1 - 13
Languages
English , Any language upon request, subject to additional fee.
The meeting point
Brno airport; Brno Hotels; Brno railway station; Brno Bus station

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Includes
  • 2 nights accommodation at  3-star hotel with breakfast (based on double room occupied by two persons)
  • 2 lunches (typically chicken, pork with potatoes) and non-alcoholic drinks
  • 2 traditional dinners with wine such as Moravian goulash, schnitzel, roast
  • Tickets for the Chateau and wine museum
  • Wine tasting
  • Tickets for monuments and museum in Brmo
  • Shuttle from and to Brno airport, hotel or station
  • Transportation to all sightseeing
  • English speaking guide

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Payment Policy

No later than on the day of sending the completed and signed contract, the client undertakes to pay the full price of the tour. 

In case of tours longer than 24 hours the price of the tour must be paid at least 30 days prior to departure, unless otherwise agreed.

The date of payment is the day on which the tour is paid in cash or the amount transferred to the account in full.

Currency conversion is supplied as a guide only; the exchange rate used by your bank may vary. The final payment will be charged in the local or original local currency shown.


Cancellation Policy

The cancellation fees and conditions are as follows:

  • 10% of the price of the tour in the event of contract withdrawal 90 and more calendar days prior to the agreed-upon departure
  • 30% of the price of the tour in the event of contract withdrawal fewer than 90 calendar days prior to the agreed-upon departure
  • 50% of the price of the tour in the event of contract withdrawal fewer than 60 calendar days prior to the agreed-upon departure
  • 70% of the price of the tour in the event of contract withdrawal fewer than 40 calendar days prior to the agreed-upon departure
  • 90% of the price of the tour in the event of contract withdrawal fewer than 20 calendar days prior to the agreed-upon departure
  • 100% of the price of the tour in the event of contract withdrawal fewer than 15 calendar days prior to the agreed-upon departure

Organized by

Daria Harrison

Introducing the hidden gem of Central Europe, small wine region called Moravia located in the South East of Czech Republic. Enjoy inspiring activities, stories of the famous people who lived here, admire stunning UNESCO architecture, nature or taste rich history and local delights. Wine is planted here since Roman times and over 50 types of vine and range of soil give exceptional variety to taste. Today's worlds’ champions of Chardonnay du Monde, Pinot Blanc du Monde, golden medal for the ice wine Rhone Riesling in Decanter London next to the champion Sauvignon Blanc in Georgia’s International wine Award is main surprise about this little known wine region.


Product ID: 24709

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