Having been picked up at a designated spot in the center of Prague, you will head off towards the Bohemia wine region, and on route make a stop at one of the most modern wineries in the Czech Republic. Here, you will tour the winery to learn all about how the latest technology, combined with the careful handling of the grapes, and a true love of the craft of wine-making, produces high-quality wines and have the opportunity to enjoy tasting them too!
At the end of the winery tour, enjoy a delicious gastronomic experience at the winery restaurant, which is famous for its exceptional dishes created using local ingredients.
Next, you will continue on the tour until you reach the second stop, a very old and very traditional winery. According to preserved documents, the history of winemaking in the area around the municipality of Velké Žernoseky reaches back at least as far as the 10th century. The Cistercian monks then established extensive wine cellars here in the 13th century, which have been preserved until this very day. On this second stop, you have the unique opportunity not only to taste the wines produced in such a historically important place but also to enter its unique cellars.
Your next stop will be a small family winery which is located in the same village. This winery is also well known for the production of “Port” wine. So, you will taste its wines in a beautiful and charming tasting room and as an extra treat you will visit their wine cellar and taste the port wine right from the barrel.
Finally, you will be driven to where the Vltava river reaches the Elbe and is dominated by the Melnik castle that still belongs to the Lobkowicz family. Here, enjoy the opportunity to not only visit this imposing and beautifully furnished castle, but also the middle-aged wine cellar.
- English-speaking driver/guide
- Three wine tastings
- Three winery visits
- Pick-up and drop-off
- Traditional Czech 2-course lunch with a glass of wine
- Entrance fees to all wineries and castle
50% refund on cancellations 1 week to 48 hours prior to the scheduled tour date.
No refund when cancellation occurs up to 48 hours prior to scheduled tour date.