The continuation of the family tradition and the transformation of the original inherited vegetable garden farm was behind the establishment of Miroslav Hlávka's small winery in 1995. Four hectares of vineyards in the Bojanovska, Stará hora, Nová hora and Nadzahrady areas are evenly divided between 30-year-old vines and new eight-year-old plantings. Miroslav Hlávka is assisted in the winery by his daughter Šárka, who is the only one of the three children interested in her father's trade. The processing takes place in the cellar in the home environment. Miroslav Hlávka is an advocate of traditional methods and all his wines are made using classical technologies without the use of selected yeasts, controlled fermentation or bacterial acid degradation. The winery produces about 10 000 bottles a year, and part of the production of early and aromatic varieties is sold as bourch. However, this is not a complete rule, as Muscat Ottonel, for example, was one of the winery's very successful wines and the 2007 late harvest was included in the Top 77 wines of the Czech Republic 2008/9. From the very successful 2009 vintage, we should point out the Cuvée Hlávka (Tramín/Veltliner Green/Welsh Riesling). Other interesting wines from this vintage include Müller-Thurgau and Riesling (both in the grape selection), Veltliner Green, Muscat of Moravia and Cabernet Moravia (late harvest). During the tastings, small groups of visitors can enjoy an intimate setting and own-made sausage specialties. In summer, there is also the possibility of seating for groups of up to twenty people under the pergola in the courtyard in front of the cellar. The winery's standard offer includes over twenty items and includes archive wines.