Departure Time I 10:00 am or 2:30 pm
Return Time I 4 hours later
Dress Code I Casual. Comfortable clothing.
Included: Entry Fees I Hotel pick up I Personal Wine Guide I Private Tour I Visit of winery I Wine tastings
Prices are in Euros per person:
Please contact us directly for groups above 6 persons
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Nearly four-fifths of the wines made in the Czech Republic are white wines. Despite the northerly location of the vineyards, this is also the home of some excellent red and exceptional rosé wines. The Czech Republic offers a wide range of varieties to choose from. Single variety wines are much more common than cuvée, blends of multiple varieties, although these are on the increase. The following list provides the most common varieties found in our vineyards, with additional tips about varieties which while less abundant are no less interesting.
Find out why Prague was called the Wine City! Historic wine-growing traditions, ideal geography & terroir make Prague one of the best European cities for wine lovers. Central Europe is rapidly becoming one of the trendiest wine regions to discover and Prague is exactly the right location to experience the tantalizing combination of Czech wines paired with top cuisine. It was Prince Wenceslas himself, the first of the Czech territorial patrons who ruled in the 10th century, who founded the vineyards by Prague Castle. With the reign of Charles IV, the kingdom of Bohemia saw viticulture grow as the King had an extensive knowledge about wine from his stays in France and Italy. Since then, the city has always had a keen interest in wine. Be part of the growing trend and learn more about the tiny yet beautiful vineyards in Prague !
“We were a group of 3 couples, and we had a delightful time with Isabella. She was prompt on pick-up from our rented flat for the tour and was personable and informative. We had beautiful weather and we spent a lovely afternoon walking 2 of the cities Vineyards and learning about Czech wines and the history of how the industry developed. Our second and last winery was Santa Clara with a lovely view of the City and an educational wine tasting. We were surprised by how good the wines were and ended up buying some for our stay.”Peggy
Ellen“We had a very enjoyable and relaxing afternoon with Isabelle. We were able to experience beautiful areas of Prague that most tourists never see! Isabella was very knowledgeable about wine in general and the history of wine in Prague. We especially enjoyed the tour and tasting at the Botanical Garden—what a beautiful setting!”
Carrie“It was a great tour we learned a lot about Prague and Prague wines it was nice to get out of the busy city and Isabella had great knowledge about the wines. Worth every penny !”