South Moravia will be at the Centre of the Wine World Next Year
6. 8. 2019

In 2020 the South Moravian region will host the prestigious international wine competition Concours Mondial de Bruxelles (CMB).  The agreement for our participation in its organisation was signed by the regional governor Bohumil Šimek and the CMB’s managing director Thomas Costenoble.  The Czech Republic has thus joined the ranks of those major wine-making countries to [...]

Wines from Moravia and Bohemia has been introduced in Switzerland
24. 5. 2019

Wines from the Czech Republic has been introduced during festive oeno-gastronomic lunch in Switherland on the Chateau of Aiglé on the last competition day of the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2019. Over 350 expert wine tasters from all over the world enjoyed our wines togather with traditional moravian food. DEGUSTAČNÍ SEZNAM / WINE TASTING LIST [...]

“Na zdraví” to the next host of the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles
27. 4. 2019

South Moravia and the city of Brno in the Czech Republic have been chosen to host the 2020 Concours Mondial de Bruxelles. The news was revealed today after the final tasting session in Aigle. True to the tradition of the competition, the mayor of Aigle, Frédéric Borloz, solemnly handed over the Concours Mondial wine glass [...]

In 2018 Czech winemakers brought home over 900 medals from around the world!
2. 2. 2019

Historically the year 2018 became the most successful medal year ever and has once more confirmed the perpetually growing quality of Moravian and Bohemian wines. In all, our winemakers were awarded 909 medals, which is an almost unbelievable 181 more than the total gained during the previous year, itself a record-breaking year as well. Over [...]

Czech winemakers have brought medals from China
29. 5. 2018

In the travelling international wine competition, Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2018, which was this year hosted by the Chinese capital Peking (Beijing), our winemakers met success in very fierce competition from 9000 wines from across the whole world. 35 wines took medals, 13 of which were gold and 22 silver. The collective presentation of Moravian [...]