Sedláček winery Kurdějov

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About the winery

Small family winery of Radek Sedláček, which prides itself on a sensitive approach to grapes and wine. He takes care of the wine from planting to pouring into the glass. Some of the wine is aged in acacia and oak barrels. If the vintage permits, it uses the 'sur lie' method during production, whereby the wines are aged on fine yeast lees, giving them a full and voluptuous character and making them suitable for archiving. It produces around 17 000 bottles a year. The Sedláčků's red wines are certainly worth tasting, as they receive high awards at competitions and are popular with customers.

You can find us 3 km from the exit from the D2 motorway in Hustopeče, in the direction of Kurdějov. After the sign Kurdějov it is the first turn to the right.

Contacts and services


  • Possibility to pay by card
  • Parking for 10 cars
  • Parking for 1 bus
  • Guided tasting on order
  • Offer own wines
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Production information

Basic information

  • Yearly production
    17 000 bottles
  • Area of vineyards
    2 ha
  • Price range
    110-210 CZK

Although it does not look like it at first sight, Kurdějov is historically a pure wine-growing village with rich traditions. These are also present in the family of Radek Sedláček, who grew up with his parents in a vineyard and after the war started growing grapes and making wine in 1987. He grows a wide range of nineteen varieties on 2 hectares of vineyards. The youngest plantings are only 3 years old, the oldest are up to 40 years old. Radek Sedláček runs his winery with his son Mark, who already prepares smaller batches of wine according to his own philosophy (about 1,000 bottles in total, among other things he is trying to age red wines in barrique barrels). The Sedláček's cellar is in their home environment under the family house built in 1990. The Sedláček family are advocates of modern technology. They use decalcification of musts, controlled fermentation, neutral bred yeasts, some varieties are prepared by the batonage method, white and rosé wines are aged in stainless steel tanks until spring or summer of the following year, red wines in classic oak and acacia barrels for at least one year. Individual batches are no larger than 2 000 litres for a total annual volume of 17 000 bottles, yet most of the production is classified. Dry wines are the mainstay, with only about 5 % of production being wines with residual sugar.

Produced white wine varieties
Produced varieties of red wines
Produced wine categories
    Land wine, Quality wine, Kabinet wine, Late harvest, Selection of grapes, Rosé
Specialties in the menu

100% grape must; Frizzante; Rosé wines whose must has been cooled with dry ice after the grapes have been picked, which makes the wine fuller and more fragrant and does not need to be sulphurised as much.

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