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About event

Friday from 4 p.m., Saturday from 2 p.m. Every hour during the festivities, there are joint tastings, which are free for visitors to the event. The festival is held in honour of Jan Henry of Luxembourg, the Moravian margrave who made a significant contribution to the development of viticulture in the 14th century.
  • Date
    September 6, 2024 - September 7, 2024
  • City
  • Place description
    park na Slovanském náměstí v Králově Poli


Další popis

The Královopol Wine Festival is a cultural and social event organized in the spirit of the historical traditions of Královo Pole, with reference to the period of the significant rise of Královo Pole related to the establishment of the Carthusian monastery in the second half of the 14th century and to commemorate its founder, Jan Henry of Luxembourg, a Moravian margrave who also contributed significantly to the development of viticulture in Moravia. These traditions are also the basis for the event's focus on the presentation of various products, especially bourbons and Moravian wines from the wine-growing sub-regions of the Morava wine region. During the festival, a series of joint tastings are held, which are free of charge for visitors to the event. There are plenty of beautiful and valuable prizes to be won in competitions and visitors over 18 years of age can also win participation in the champagne sabrage. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Prof. Ing. Vilém Kraus, CSc., a legend of Czech and Moravian winemaking, we can also look forward to an exhibition focusing on the history of winemaking, lectures and exclusive tastings of a number of varieties associated with the personality of Prof. Vilém Kraus, who, like Jan Henry of Luxembourg a few centuries earlier, came from Mělník to Moravia, where he made a significant contribution to the development of winemaking and viticulture.

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