Vrbice - THE CHURCH IS HIGH Vrbice And even higher AUGUST SKY, UNDER WHICH VINOHRADY matures, ŠPAČKŮM FOR JOY.


The village was founded by the German colonization of the beginning of the 13th century, its inhabitants were free and had a duty to keep watch. The present church of St. Giles was built at the beginning of the 20th century, today's Neo temple dominates the whole area. Vrbice is distributed on the slope and plateau, winery here to harsher climate has developed slower than in the surrounding villages, and only in the last decade, according to wine experts became the center of the highest quality red wines. More than 150 hectares of vineyards, the green is based on the golden fields of grain in the rugged landscape, dotted around the village in broad lines, Záhumenice, Strážky, Šudoněk, Short, debts, a gallery and for crucifixion. The best variety of quality are achieved Neuburger, Riesling, Gruner Veltliner, Traminer, Sauvignon, St. Laurent, Lemberger and Portugal in recent years has spread Zweigeltrebe growing varieties.

The cellar alley

 

Precious Black mold on Moravian conglomerates

Two locations vrbických cellars were built at intervals of several centuries, and its appearance and character vary considerably. Older colonies on the basement, which consists of two lower floors of buildings in the village wine, originated in the second half of the 17th century and today is part of the village buildings. Most are multi-storey stone building with recessed mills and long vaulted cellars. Equal ceilings mills are usually beamed to earth in the cellar vykrouženému a sloping passageway. Several mills are preserved from the original earthen floor. Front entrance to the mill is framed by massive porch, vydřevený shield is equipped with doors for storing hay. According to legend, the buildings connected by underground tunnels with a stronghold in times Čejkovicko raids served as shelter residents. Location is better known wine cellars Guard. These snails dug in the hillsides pudding rocks below the church was built on five floors above the other and each of the floors has its own name: the prospect of Horseshoe, under the church, under the fan, with new Pod. The first cellars and began building the turn of the 18th and 19 century mill with a stone façade to the underground passages were added in the last half century.

Presúz - initial part of the cellar - is built from stone mined and has a stone gable wall, often solved by two kinds of stone or in combination with a brick. The local specialty is a hobby in the Gothic pointed arches, sometimes trojoblouku. The space above the door is portrayed by white, sometimes decorated with a painting - grapes, Vrbický church. Stainless black mold on the walls of the basement shows a stable environment for its wine aging and storage needs. The pleasant environment and contributes to landscaping the area where you can sit on roughly hewn benches in the shade of the historic press and enjoy the view of the region. Rarely monolithic character of the area, which created the Francis Mason Michna in the fifties and sixties of the 20th century, affects only a few multi-storey cellars brizolitovou plaster in the Pod shore.

Where you can taste wine

Vit Sedlacek Winery - wine tasting its own production, Tel: 519 430 661

Zálešák Winery - wine, food, accommodation, Tel: 777 012 700

The festivities associated with wine

Easter exhibition of wines

Singing at Muzak cellar with wine tasting (July)

Feast (end August)

Zarážání Mountains (September)

Rite of young wines (December 27)
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