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Posted on April 21, 2022


Moravia, a region of vine-covered hills, grand châteaux and picturesque villages, is the beating heart of Czech viticulture: over 90% of the nation’s highly regarded wine is produced here. Bordering Austria and Slovakia to the south, and centred on the culture-packed capital, Brno (part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network), Moravia has a history of winemaking dating back to the Roman era.

Like the famed French and German wine regions of Champagne, Mosel and Alsace, it is situated at the 49th parallel, and its continental climate is particularly well suited to the production of aromatic white wines including Grüner Veltliner, Pálava, Riesling and Sauvignon.