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Vineyards of Mutenice

This region belongs to the smaller ones and it is surrounded by other viticulture areas. 2737 producers in 14 communities care of 2100 acres (3.28 square miles) of vineyards. Calcareous clays, clays and sands, rarely gravel are presented on the northwest, the coal-like clays and clays on the southeast. Cejkovice and Mutenice are the most important centre of the region. In 1904 the Research Station of Viticulture was founded in Mutenice. The station continued in tradition of cultivation, multiplication and research of vines and influenced viticulture not only of Mutenice neighbourhood, but of the whole Moravia. The wines, produced in Cejkovice and Mutenice, are characteristic by their expressive acids. Cejkovice with its 744 acres of vineyards is the fourth largest viticulture community in the Czech Republic. "Veltlinske zelene" [Veltlin green], "Ryzlink vlassky" [Riesling Italian], "Muller-Thurgau", "Svatovavrinecke" [St. Lawrence's] and "Frankovka" are the most frequent varieties here.

Cejc, Cejkovice, Dubnany, Hovorany, Karlin, Milotice, Mutenice, Nasedlovice, Novy Poddvorov, Ratiskovice, Stary Poddvorov, Sardice, Terezin, Vacenovice

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