A wine cellar located in the very heart of Prague has produced and sold, since 2009, exclusive local wine made from grapes grown in the Havlíčkovy sady (Gröbovka) vineyard, property of the Prague 2 Municipal District.
Ms Iveta Bulánková and Mr Pavel Bulánek run the wine cellar, sell the wine and take care of the approximately 1,6 hectare vineyard. The wine cellar produces wine from the finest grapes of 8 species.
Friday 14.00 - 21.00
We offer (directly from the cellar):
- bottled wine (in glass bottles 0,75l)
- wine on tap to have on the spot
Müller Thurgau 2015, Dry
Pinot Noir rosé 2015, Semi-Sweet
Pinot Noir 2013, Dry
Cuvée Red 2014, Dry
Bit of History:
Grapevine was cultivated in Prague even before the reign of the famous King Charles IV. Vineyards on the south banks of today’s Vinohrady, Vršovice and Nusle date back to 13th century. However, it was during Charles IV’s reign that thanks to new laws vineyards expanded immensely thus enabling the tradition to survive until today. The current form of the park including the vineyards originates at the end of 19th century, when it was built by Prague industrialist Moritz Gröbe.
The modern era of the vineyard begins after 1992 with the arrival of Mr Antonín Tureček, a wine maker who planted 8 different species of grapevine (4 white and 4 red). Ms Iveta Bulánková, Antonín Tureček’s daughter, and her husband Pavel Bulánek took over in 2009 and carry on the tradition of producing and selling wonderful wine from a newly built wine cellar in the heart of the vineyard itself.
© Sklep Grébovka, 2012,
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