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Marcincak Vineyards

fotoulozenivinaAt present the Marcinčák winery works 110 ha of vineyard in 5 wine-growing villages: Brod nad Dyjí, Dobré Pole, Jevišovka, Novosedly and Nový Přerov. The vineyards all have excellent locations in the warmest region of the Czech Republic. The individual vineyards bear historically-documented place names.

The philosophy of cultivation consists of low stress on the individual vines, a low-volume harvest, and individual care for each vine. The vineyards are cultivated according to principles of Bio-production; in other words, harmony with nature.

Terroir

The geologic composition of the vineyard tracts is comparable in its age and characteristics with that of the Médoc region of Bordeaux, where tertiary sediments collected in different bays of the same sea.

Stará Hora

  • Wine village of Novosedly
  • area: 17 ha
  • varieties: Pinot Blanc (Rulandské bílé), Zweigeltrebe, Neuburger (Neuburské), Müller Thurgau, Lemberger (Frankovka)
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: S
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 220–270 m above sea level

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Růžová hora

  • Wine village of Novosedly
  • area: 10 ha
  • varieties: Welschriesling (Ryzlink vlašský), Grüner Veltliner (Veltlínské zelené), Sauvignon (blanc), Pinot Noir (Rulandské modré)
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: SE
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 225–270 m above sea level

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U božích muk

  • Wine village of Novosedly
  • area: 7 ha
  • varieties: Welschriesling (Ryzlink vlašský)
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: SW
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 210–230 m above sea level
  • Excellent location for appearance of botrytis cinerea

 
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Nad sklepy

  • Wine village of Novosedly
  • area: 16 ha
  • varieties: St. Laurent (Svatovavřinecké), Lemberger (Frankovka)
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: SW
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 200–230 m above sea level

 
 
 
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Slunečná

  • Wine village of Novosedly
  • area: 6 ha
  • varieties: Portugieser Blau (Modrý Portugal), Riesling (Ryzlink rýnský)
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: S
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 205–229 m above sea level

 
 
 
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Kamenný vrch

  • Wine village of Novosedly
  • area: 26 ha
  • varieties: Gewurztraminer (Tramín červený), Grüner Veltliner (Veltlínské zelené), Neuburger (Neuburské), Děvín, Frühroter Veltliner (Veltlínské červené rané), Pinot Noir (Rulandské modré), Cabernet Sauvignon (blanc)
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: S
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 220–238 m above sea level

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Janův vrch

  • Wine village of Novosedly
  • area: 7 ha
  • varieties: Riesling (Ryzlink rýnský)
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: SW
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 192–220 m above sea level

 
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Daniel

  • Wine village of Dobré Pole
  • area: 10 ha
  • varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Gris (Rulandské šedé), Sauvignon (blanc)
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: S
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 218–260 m above sea level

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Brodské stráně

  • Wine village of Brod nad Dyjí
  • area: 3 ha
  • varieties: Müller Thurgau
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: S
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 196–215 m above sea level

 
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Stará Hora

  • Wine village of Jevišovka
  • area: 3 ha
  • varieties: Sauvignon (blanc), Welschriesling (Ryzlink vlašský)
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: S
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 196–212 m above sea level

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Langewarte

  • Wine village of Nový Přerov
  • area: 3,6 ha
  • varieties: Zweigeltrebe
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: SE
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 204–228 m above sea level

 
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Svatá

  • Wine village of Mikulov
  • area: 2,8 ha
  • varieties: Welschriesling (Ryzlink vlašský)
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: E
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 282–304 m above sea level

 
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Zimní vrch

  • Wine village of Dolní Dunajovice
  • area: 1,2 ha
  • varieties: Grüner Veltliner (Veltlínské zelené)
  • soil: gravelly clays with high calcium content
  • exposure: SW
  • average year-round temperature 9.3 °C
  • annual rainfall 459 mm
  • elevation 206–215 m above sea level

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Laying down the wine

vino-marcincak-bio-vino-ulozeni-vinaAfter treatment, all of the wines are bottled and laid down in archive cellars, where they mature at a constant temperature of 10-12°C. As needed they are gradually selected and taken to the delivery warehouse, where the bottles are washed and given a vignette, then shipped.