Klučov Winery is a family winery, building on a long tradition. The Central Bohemian village of Klučov is located about 30 km east of Prague. Wine was cultivated here as early as the reign of Charles IV and had a great reputation on the tables of Czech and Austrian rulers. In the 18th century, however, the vineyards in Klučov disappeared. Mr. and Mrs. Šinka restored the vineyards in 2016 and currently manage about 6 hectares of vineyards. They farm the vineyard organically and process the grapes without the use of chemicals. This is why small crystals, the so-called wine stone, may appear at the bottom of the bottle, which is not a defect of the wine, on the contrary, it is evidence of gentle processing. The 'virgin' designation is given to wines from vines that have borne fruit in the third year after planting. Klučov Winery produces young wines, focused on quality. It grows both classic and resistant varieties called PIWI - resistant to mould and frost.