A deep golden colour with flashes of honey, the gentle manifestation of caramel and the aroma of toast with clarified butter. Thanks to 14 months aging in barrique barrels (only a fifth of which are new), the delicate taste is smooth, creamy and enduring, evoking dried fruit, vanilla, and the gentle tannins of oak barrels.
This artisan winery is located in Čejkovic in the Greater Pavlovice region of South Moravia. It specialises in the production of a limited selection of "přívlastkové" wine (ie. the highest category of wines according to the Czech wine law, corresponding to the familiar "Appellation d'origine contrôlée" found on French wines). These wines are produced from vines which have been expertly thinned to reduce yield with a compensatory increase in quality. The focus of the winery is the production of dry wines which are, for the most part, matured in barrels.
This family winery is the vocation and everyday challenge of Jakub Šamšula. The wines are divided into four categories (Traditionnel, Bouquet, Grand Pinot, and Naturel) according to their origin, variety, and the methods used in their maturation.