Vičice winery Mikulášek

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About the winery

Mikulášek Winery in Vičice was founded in 2012 as a family business by Alois Mikulášek and his sons Robert and Jakub. Although Březno u Chomutova (where Vičice falls) is not well known to wine lovers, it is a historical place associated with the cultivation of grapes since at least the 13th century.

In the direction from Prague, you will exit the motorway before Chomutov to the town of Kadaň. Pass through the village of Březno and after 1km turn left to the village of Vičice. You will find us in the first house on the right, just after the sign Vičice.

Contacts and services


  • Possibility to pay by card
  • Disabled access
  • Parking for 10 cars
  • Parking for 1 bus
  • Storage for 20 bikes
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Opening hours

  • Monday08:00 - 17:00
  • Tuesday08:00 - 17:00
  • Wednesday08:00 - 17:00
  • Thursday08:00 - 17:00
  • Friday08:00 - 17:00
  • SaturdayClosed
  • SundayClosed

Production information

Basic information

  • Yearly production
    20 000 bottles
  • Area of vineyards
    8 ha
  • Price range
    230-300 CZK

We like to do things our own way. The way our intuition, step by step accumulated experience and the desire to leave a little bit better world for our children. When we left our native Carlsbad in 2012 and landed in Vičice, we had one goal: To make really good wines. And to do it in the most natural way possible, with an emphasis on ecology and respect for nature.
Thus was born the Vičice Mikulášek Winery, which is the brainchild of Alois, Robert and Jakub Mikulášek - a father and two sons.

The winery has a long tradition in the vicinity of Vičice and we are very happy to be part of it. According to historical records, vines were grown here as early as 1285. This is the wine-growing region of Bohemia, the sub-region of Litoměřice, the wine-growing village of Březno, and the vineyard tract of Zámecká. From the very beginning, we have taken care to select quality varieties that are suitable for our location - Hibernal, Sevar, Solaris, Riesling or Müller Thurgau.

Living among the vineyards has grown close to our hearts. It teaches us patience, humility and harmony with the rhythm of nature. We try to avoid chemicals as much as possible, and we carry out green work, including pruning and grape picking, by hand. A predatory mite called Thyplodromus Pyri helps us with pests. This is the path we have taken, the path we believe in and the path that our wines follow. See for yourself...

Produced white wine varieties
Produced varieties of red wines
Produced wine categories
    Land wine
Specialties in the menu

Orange wines, Pet-Nat, Frizzante

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