Czech wines goes back a long way, they date back to the Romans and have accompanied the main country’s events but only 1995 the wine became a serious subject with the Wine Act that made the EU wine regulation part of the Czech law. Thanks to the adoption of the EU wine regulation, Czech wineries were modernised and quality became a paramount.
The wine in Czech Republic is produced mainly in Moravia, it accounts for more than 95% of the total planted area, the other region with the remaining vineyards is Bohemia. Due to the almost total production coming from vineyards located in Moravia, Czech wine is also referred to as Moravian wine.
Czech wine is mainly white wine, from Riesling to Muller Thurgau to Gruner with some outstanding example. Red grapes and wines, on the other side, occupy a smaller space and includes together with native grapes Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon and thanks to climate change, red wines production keep increasing on year by year.