Archbishop’s castle cellars

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The cellars are part of the Archbishop’s Castle in Kroměříž. They are located underground at a depth of 6.5 m. Their area is 1030 m2 and are divided into Upper and Lower cellar. The cellar has a constant temperature in the range from 9 ° C to 11 ° C all year round. There is a suitable environment for the production of purely natural, the highest quality communion wines. This production has a centuries-old tradition and has been on the threshold of the third millennium for 735 years. The oldest parts of the masonry of a Gothic castle from the 13th century are preserved in the cellars, the walls are covered with coatings of noble mold. The wine matures in historic wooden barrels of various sizes. The largest barrel holds 19,100 liters and the oldest barrel is from 1805.

On the basis of an agreement, it is possible to prepare guided tours of the cellars, connected with the tasting of communion wines, or with refreshments. In the shop at the entrance to the wine cellars, you can buy all kinds of wines, which are also available in a gift box. Wine can also be ordered in writing, by telephone or by fax. It is also possible to use the services of a wine shop, which is located on the ground floor of the castle. The entrance is from the courtyard. It has the same opening time as the lock. Banquets, family and social celebrations can also be arranged to order in the beautiful historical premises of the wine shop all year round. In the evening, a tour of the cellars combined with seating and quality refreshments can be arranged. On request, it is possible to provide music production, service and guides in period costumes.


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