Summer open wine cellars
Traditional day of open cellars which takes places in the alleyways of local wine cellars.
“Hody” open wine cellars and singing with traditional folklore bands
“Hody” (The Feast) is a traditional moravian folklore celebration. It features live music, traditional folk dancing and local food and wine. On this day you can visit open wine cellars or visit a pre-festival celebrations with traditional folklore bands on the main town square.
“Hody” (The Feast)
“Hody” (The Feast) is a traditional moravian folklore celebration which features live music, traditional clothes and folk dancing and local food and wine. Every village has a different date for the festival. The villages thank to their patron saints for protecting and blessing their harvest this past season.
Grape Harvest Festival
This traditional event takes place in local wine cellars. Throughout September the Moravian region celebrates the grape harvest and the start of the wine-making season. Guests will get to taste young wines and other local specialties.
Burčák is a partially fermented young wine.It is a high sugar cloudy juice-like drink which can fool some first-timers into underestimating its punch. It is a part of every wine harvest festival. Burčák is an inseparable part of the fall in South Moravia.
This event is is organized by a local association “Vinaříček” and it takes place in the local wine cellars and vineyards.
Autumn open wine cellars
Winemakers from Moravská Nová Ves open their wine cellars on the first Saturday of November. Visitors can taste young wines as well as other older produce. www.vinarimnves.cz.
Wine and pumpkins
This event is also hosted by a local association “Vinaříček”. Visitors of this event will get to taste beautiful wines in the local wine cellars and dishes made from localy grown pumpkins.