Moravia is a popular, close and even undiscovered region. Thanks to the geographic conditions of Moravia, opened from the north and south, unlike Bohemia, closed by a ring of mountains, this region has always been open to various influences from the surrounding area. In the Middle Ages, the famous Amber Route from the Baltic Sea to Rome led here. Roman legionnaires guarded the ancient borders of the Limes Romanes here, and long before that, the ancient mammoth hunters used the comfortable terrain of animal migration routes from north to south. This means only one thing - this region has always attracted people with the richness of life. Maybe that's why the local people are open and friendly. Or maybe they are like that because they are simply cool, cheerful and friendly to themselves and guests. It's worth checking out and seeing for yourself.
It is also worth considering the fact that it was here where the first Slavic writing was created and that the first Slavic Christians built their churches here. The oldest statue in the world made by a Paleolithic man was the Venus of Věstonice on Pavlov Hills, where great wine is produced today. A full-bodied and harmonized wine. Here, on the slopes with many beautiful vineyards, in wine cellars, where the wine matures and the proud winemaker invites his guests to winetasting, the so-called "košt". He takes a wine thief in his hands, pours wine himself and guests, tastes the wine and talks about its features, aromas, what wine needs, compares its characteristics to different personalities of people and their characters, always adding funny anecdotes and jokes. Tastings are a pleasure for body and soul.
Moravia is a picturesque and peaceful region, a land that has experienced a lot and remembers a lot. It is from this wealth that the amazing atmosphere of an authentic vine-growing culture is born. In no other region of the Czech Republic you can find such colorful, vivid folklore, singing, dancing and joy - some of the local folk customs have even been entered on the UNESCO list. Moravians respect traditions and never intended to spread their opinions by force. Here live people who are grateful because their land gives them all the best it has. They are kind because that is their nature. They're right, because after all, that's what life is all about. For Moravians, a smile is more important than any gold in the world. And they share this approach with everyone who wants to enjoy South Moravia.