Vineyards of Mikulov
Palava, a sanctuary with limestone rocks, different plants and unique animals,
represents a dominant of the area, which is the largest viticulture region in
the Czech Republic. Soil contents of Jurrasic limestones, sandy lime-stones
and marls. Mostly white varieties are grown here, as well as a newly cultivated
Palava. "Ryzlink vlassky" [Riesling], Chardonnay, "Veltlinske
zelene" [Veltlin green], "Muller-Thurgau", "Neuburske"
[Neuburg], "Sylvanske zelene" [Sylvaner] and "Tramin"
[Traminer] give a good harvest of good quality on limestone soils. The Mikulov
vineyards are located on the south in a neighbourhood of Weinviertel,
the Austrian viticulture region. Vineyards of 6,412 acres (10.0 square miles)
belong to 31 viticulture communities and 2,762 producers. The centre of this
region are Mikulov and Valtice, cities with museums, dedicated to a viticulture.
Vines experts are educated at the Vine Secondary School, established in Valtice
in the year 1873.
Bavory, Brod nad Dyji, Brezí, Bulhary, Cvrcovice, Dobre Pole,
Dolni Dunajovice, Dolni Vestonice, Drnholec, Hlohovec,
Horni Vestonice, Ivan, Jevisovka, Klentnice, Lednice, Mikulov, Milovice,
Nejdek, Nova Ves, Novosedly, Novy Prerov, Pasohlavky, Pavlov, Perna,
Pohorelice, Popice, Pouzdrany, Pribice, Sedlec, Strachotín, Uvaly, Valtice,