Moravian wine? You may not have heard of it. Czech wine may not be at the top of your bucketlist. They’ve had vineyards here since the ninth century and wine tasting in Moravia is pure fun.
The cool climate is more favourable for white wines, although there is also some good Rose and Pinot Noir. They love to experiment and there is so much to try.
This is a wine tour for travelers who want to explore a different side to the Czech Republic. Expect delightful scenery, wines served by the winemakers, traditional food and an incredible amount of wine.
As a private tour you can customise this travel moment to your interests. One option is to sleepover at a five-star hotel in Brno, a good option if your idea of a wine tour is too many glasses of wine to count.