Currently the winery is represented by Mgr. Ing. Jiří Těthal, Ph.D., who studied viticulture and viticulture at Mendel University. The individual wines, which are smaller batches, reflect both the specific variety and the typicality of the vintage as well as the unmistakable terroir of Blatnice. All of this is influenced in no small part by the conscientious work in the vineyard and cellar. The grapes come exclusively from our own production and are harvested with an emphasis on a high degree of ripeness and sugar content.
The variety was cultivated in Velké Pavlovice in 1960 by Ing. Jaroslav Horák from Frankovka and Saint Laurence. It was named in honour of Ch. K. André, the founder of the Association for Vine and Fruit Breeding in Brno. This is one of the reasons why we can find it especially in the Velkopavlovice subregion, however, interesting André wines are definitely also produced in the Slovácko and Mikulov regions.