Winery Petr Bunža

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About the winery

The family winery (founded in 1993) operates in a modern building in Těmická Street in Bzenec. In addition to the production facilities, there is also a tasting room and a shop. The winery owns 14 ha of vineyards and specializes in typical local varieties.

Contacts and services


  • Disabled access
  • Parking for 15 cars
  • Parking for 3 buses
  • Offer own wines
  • WC in the facility
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Production information

Basic information

  • Yearly production
    35 000 bottles
  • Area of vineyards
    14 ha
  • Price range
    80-250 CZK

The winery of Petr Bunzi is a family-run company founded in 1993 in Bzenec. The location of Bzenec on the very edge of the Chřiby mountains between Kyjov and Veselí nad Moravou is ideal for growing grapes, which has a long tradition here. The winery has young grassy vineyards of fourteen hectares on the southern and south-western slopes in the cadastre of Bzenec at an altitude of 220-275 metres above sea level. The soils are mostly fertile loess, which grades into heavy clay on the slope horizon. The varietal composition of the vineyards is very varied, with white varieties including Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Muscat of Moravia, Tramín Red, Müller-Thurgau, Veltliner Green, Irsai Oliver and the unforgettable Riesling (formerly known as Bzenecká Lipka). Blue varieties include Blue Portugal, Frankovka, André, Dornfelder and Pinot Noir. The Bunž family used to produce and bottle wine in several rented cellars, but since 2011 they have been farming in their own newly built and modernly equipped operation on the outskirts of Bzenec. They use a new pneumatic press and technology made mostly of stainless steel, for white wines the method of controlled fermentation, for red wines apple-milk fermentation takes place. Tastings for groups are organised by the winery in a cellar in the Baráky area. Some of the wines are aged in oak barrels here. The wide range of wines includes quality wines, quality wines, as well as ice and onion wines. Customers can also choose from a rich archive. In 2000, the Bunž family introduced the production of the trademark Bunžolé wine, which quickly became known for its spiciness. They also resumed production of the formerly popular sparkling wine Vincůr, and added white and rosé sparkling wines and non-alcoholic grape must to the range, which was awarded the Traditional Slovak Product label in 2014.

Produced white wine varieties
Produced varieties of red wines
Produced wine categories
    Land wine, Quality wine, Kabinet wine, Late harvest, Selection of grapes, Selection of berries, Selection of botrytised berries, Ice wine, Straw wine, Saint Martin's wine, Rosé, Semi-sparkling wine
Achieved awards

Pinot Noir 2015 rosé, selection of grapes; Tramin red, selection of grapes 2014, Müller Thurgau quality 2015

Specialties in the menu

Grape cider (Traditional Slovak product), Bunžolé trademark wine, sparkling wine Vincůr, ice and straw wines

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