The quality of these wines in this region is proven over the centuries. Wines with this certification meet strict guidelines for growing grapes in the vineyard and making wine in the cellar. The Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic, through the Guild of Blatnik Winegrowers, issues the authorization to label these wines.
The typical character and personality of the wines is given by the region of the White Carpathians and the heart of the winemaker.
Wines with this certification meet strict guidelines for growing grapes in the vineyard and making wine in the cellar.
The geological basis of the area is tertiary, palaeogene alpine wrinkled hardened sediments of the Hluk development within the partial White Carpathian unit of the Magura flysch belt. It is an Upper Cretaceous Antonine Formation with alternating limestones, sandstones, siltstones and calcareous claystones. The soils consist of chernozems, brown earths and chernozem soils with outcrops of sandstones and claystones. The soils are refractory, often stony, water-holding, with a tendency to be waterlogged by groundwater in places of geological faults where the bedrock runs out.
An interesting place where it is possible to see the outcrop of the Antonínek Formation of the Hlučka flysch is the Střečka’s Hill natural monument, which lies in close proximity to the Floriánky railway line northeast of the village of Blatnice pod Svatým Antonínkem.