A young winery from Slovácko, which builds on the tradition and experience of several winemakers and winemaking families from Petrovo and its surroundings. The winery manages about 1 ha of its own and leased vineyards in the White Carpathians. The annual production of several thousand bottles is varietally reduced to wines typical of the White Carpathians, such as Pinot Blanc, Riesling, Veltliner, Franconia and others. The winery's philosophy is based on gentle processing of grapes and minimizing the use of chemical and auxiliary agents during fermentation and aging of wine. The main tasting area of the winery is the historic wine cellars of Petrov-Plze, known to Czech viewers from the series Slovácko sa nesúdí, Chetnik humoresky and the film Jak básníkům chutná život.
Pálava was cultivated by Ing. Josef Veverka by crossing the varieties Gewürztraminer and Müller Thurgau. Probably the best results are achieved mainly in the Mikulov subregion, in the vicinity of the municipalities of Perná, Pavlov or Bulhary, then in Lechovice, Popice or Čejkovice. Pálava is often automatically perceived as a sweet wine, i.e. with a higher residual sugar but this is not always the rule. In the dry version we discover the charm and beauty of this variety.