The family winery Suský was founded in 2002, following the legacy of František Štambacher, grandfather of Marek Suský, who is today the continuator of a long family tradition. Currently, it farms under the integrated production system on four hectares of vineyards in Velkopavlovice, which are known mainly for their varieties for the production of quality red wines.
Pinot Blanc was formerly called Burgundy White. However, after the pressure of France to change the name, all these wines were renamed to Pinot, including the Burgundian whites. This variety is widespread in all six of our sub-areas, however, it can be found extensively in the Litoměřice and Slovácko regions, and it also achieves excellent results in the Znojmo and Mikulov regions.