Grape harvest days are here again! In most areas of the Czech Republic the wine harvest begins in August and runs through October. To celebrate our favorite season, we're bringing you our selection to find the right place!
Wine Festival in Střelecký Island
8 – 9 September 2017, Střelecký Island (Prague 1)
This romantic place hidden in the shade of mature trees in the heart of city under the Legion Bridge invites you for a glass of young wine, wine cocktail or honey wine from wineries from all around the Czech Republic. Free entry.
Troja Wine Festival
16 September 2017, Troja Château (Prague 7)
This wine festival founded in 1999 is one of the Prague's longest running wine series. Winemakers will present their products in the courtyard of the Troja Château. In addition to wine tasting the new wine will also be offered and informal seminars about wine in the castle cellars will be held. You can expect rich cultural program – dance and fencing, games, folk music and dancers and much more. Admission fee: 200 CZK per person (with this ticket you can go to the wine harvest in the Botanical Garden on Saturday)
Wine Harvest in Botanical Garden
16 – 17 September 2017, St. Clara's Vineyard, Botanical Garden (Prague 7)
The grape harvest in St. Clara´s Vineyard is a festival focused on the area's heritage grape. The weekend event features food and wine tastings, music performances or guided exhibition of wine manufacture. The guided tour needs to be booked in advance (350 CZK per person). Admission fee to the wine fest: 200 CZK per person (incl. tasting glass) and with this ticket is valid to the Troja wine festival as well.
Vinohrady Wine Festival
15 – 16 September 2017, Jiřího z Poděbrad Square (Prague 3)
Visitors to this popular event will have the opportunity to taste great selection of wines from small wineries from Moravia and Bohemia. Come and visit dozens of stands with delicious wine, folk performance and accompanying program from 12 am on both days with free admission.
Prague Castle Wine Festival
16 – 17 September 2017, Prague Castle Gardens (Prague 1)
The 12th annual grape harvest festival at the Prague Castle offers not only wild young Moravian wine, fresh grape juice, ice wine, but also stylish cultural program. Access to the Prague Castle Gardens is free of charge.
Festival of the Grape in Grebovka
22 September 2017, Náměstí Míru (Prague 2)
23 September 2017, Havlíčkovy sady (Prague 2)
Enjoy your weekend with glass of new wine in lesser known areas of Prague. On Friday you can expect cimbalom or local artistic concerts. The event features wine tasting, craft & kids faire and popular Czech performers on Saturday. Entrance is free of charge!
St. Wenceslas' Wine Fest
28 September 2017, Villa Richter (Prague 1)
The Prague's oldest vineyard - St. Wenceslas vineyard hosts the folk festival of wine. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about wines from major wineries, watch authentic hand press for pressing grapes or a glass of wine to enjoy a unique and unforgettable view of the historic core of the city.
Out of Prague
Karlštejn Wine Festival
30 September – 1 October 2017, Karlštejn Castle
If you want to escape from the city bustle and like to mix your wine sampling with locals and a medieval theme, then you must visit the Karlštejn Wine Festival. Besides samplings you definitely will enjoy rich cultural program, which includes live historical and folk music, medieval fair, historical dances, knight tournament and much more (for 200 CZK per person).
Private Day Trip To Moravia
Do you want to experience the unique wine harvest atmosphere? Join our Local Honza, he'll take you to popular towns in Moravia! Enjoy the vintage day during a single day trip and taste the unique culture of the specific region of South Moravia, full of traditions and folklore.
Space is limited, so make sure to save your spot before we're full!
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