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Kobylí

kobyli_44.jpg Kobylí is placed in a picturesque and downy countryside. The well-treated slopes produce mainly grapes, apricots and peaches. Kobylí is the fourth largest village of the wine area of Velké Pavlovice.

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The cellar alley

The slopes around the former Kobylské lake are very suitable for various red and white wine varieties.

Lines of wine cellars are a traditional architectonic element in Kobylí. We can find there a few remaining original wooden presses. It is a tradition to have one´s own wine cellar and to meet friends there drinking a glass of excellent wine. While going through the village do not miss the old cellars – some of them belong to listed objects. Press rooms No. 444 and 530 date back to about 1800, you can find Křižák´s cellar in the street called Baráky. Svoboda´s cellar can be found in the street of Augusta Šebestová. Architectonically original is also the Pekařík´s cellar V kútku.

Another wine cellar lane is so called Suchořádská zmola. In the lower part of the complex you can see an old wooden press, a present to the village by the local citizen Ludvík Vrbas. Another wine press from Kobylí of 1830 can be seen in Regional Museum in Mikulov.

Further information:

Vinaři z Kobylí o.s. – Association of wine growers and makers of the village Kobylí na Moravě – www.vinarizkobyli.cz


Events

Zarážení hory Kobylí 26.8.-26.8.2017 ( 26.08.2017 )
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