The family winery was established in 1992, but the history of the family winery dates back to the 1950s. The company manages its own vineyards in integrated production. We focus on producing top quality varietal wines (from quality to berry selections).
The wine yard is located in the southern part of Mikulov, on Vídeňská Street No. 43 (direction Valtice - Breclav).
The grandfather of Rostislav Kosek Sr. came to Mikulov in 1945 and farmed the estate with 8 hectares of fields and a hectare of vineyards until 1956 - thus establishing the family wine tradition. The family regained the land in restitution, bought additional land and gradually planted new vineyards since 1994. Rostislav Kosek has been making wine at home for himself since the war and has been a professional winemaker since 1990. Rostislav Kosek Jr. has been involved in home farming since he was a child, and so he started working in the family winery quite naturally. The winery farms seven hectares of mostly young (average age of 14 years) vineyards. It specialises in bottled appellation wines - whites make up a slight majority of the range. The winery aims to maintain a balanced range of wines in a system based on consistent quality. In the vineyards in the traditional Mikulov vineyards of Pod Sv. kopečkem, Valtická, Pod valtickou, Brněnská and Šibeniční vrch, the Koskovs farm in an integrated way with crop reduction and hand harvesting. The wine is produced in the classic cellar under Svatý Kopeček in Mikulov. Individual lots of white wines are aged in stainless steel tanks, red wines in wooden and barrique barrels. The winery relies on a combination of traditional and modern methods of vinification - it does not use controlled fermentation or vinifiers, but ferments with noble yeasts, the wines are aged for more than a year before bottling, and are only lightly filtered. In the centre of Mikulov, the Koskas have a wine yard with a wine bar and an outdoor area with summer seating.
Competition TOP 77 (2011): - Sauvignon 2010 late harvest - Alibernet 2009 late harvest Chateau Velké Březno (2011) - Sauvignon 2010 late harvest (gold medal) - Zweigeltrebe 2009 late harvest (champion of the show)
Among the wines of the 2011 vintage, we highlight, for example, Chardonnay, Tramin, Pinot Noir rosé and Zweigeltrebe rosé.