Pavlov – wealth and sumptuousness of wines grown

Near Mikulov, Mikulov circuit route wine trails and remote Moravian wine, lies on the banks of an ancient settlement tanks Novomlýnské Pavlov. The commune has been continuously inhabited since the mammoth hunters, the village is first mentioned in 11th century as the property Stará chapter. Although the time of planting the first vineyards in the village is not known, the data in codex Mikulov estate can be concluded that Pavlov is the oldest wine villages in Moravia. Minutes of the states in 1444 Pavlov as the largest wine-growing village of Mikulov estate with the obligation to close the gates each night. Rich villages was therefore probably fortified. Winery was the main source of wealth for communities in other centuries. Considerable gains were mainly vineyards liege lords, so that took care of a high level viničného economy. Pauline testified renown wineries and old horenský order of 1589. In the early 17th century was a whole 53% of tributary land planted vineyards. Winery then experienced a shock in the form of the Thirty Years War, which did not survive the horrors of a quarter of the population of the village and a large part abandoned vineyards. In the last quarter of the 17th century saw a renewal of vineyards and vines were planted with a new track. Other milestones in the wine growing village was the launch of the Blue Portugal in 1885, planting seedlings and rootstocks resistant to phylloxera mšičce in response to its invasion of the late 19th century. Currently Paul is 165 ha of vineyards registered. In recent years, the vineyards are planted below the castle Děvičky especially Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Moravian Muscat, which added to the traditional varieties Riesling, Grüner Veltliner and St. Laurent. Production of wine in the village now devotes fifteen growers registered with the Wine Fund. The excellent wines Pavlovský can taste organic wine, a family company which manufactures organic farming.

The cellar alley

Baroque Wine Village

Pauline square, the ancient residence of wealthy growers and adjacent streets and the Czech battlements are rare examples of rural Baroque, comparable with the most beautiful buildings of this decorative style in southern Bohemia. Czech Street also uniquely documents the development of vineyards buildings. At the foot of the ruins of vineyards bordering Děvičky simple facade with a massive underground cellars and mills ground-floor next to them are off color front splendid rustic farms. Exhibition nadsklepní mills and houses with underground cellars built here the rich peasants in the style of local citizens from Mikulov since the 17th century. Category preshauzníků - crofters living in mills - is the first time in Theresian register from 1754, found graffiti renaissance, however, indicate that residential mill existed before that date. Buildings are always oriented to the street gable, eaves are built just the younger ones from the 19th century. The ground floor is usually mill and wine cellar, which are accessible from the street floor apartment consists of mill and has a separate entrance. The cellars are lined with brick vaults, large mills are barrel vaulted and beamed ceilings are flat. Residential portion of the chamber floor consists of kitchen and black, the front parlor of the house occupies. The richly decorated facades bear the characteristic of baroque architecture - embossed corners, jambs around the windows, scrolled pediment, niches with statues of saints and others. File nadsklepních wine houses in the Czech whole street is an extraordinary architectural and urban values, and therefore, together with the historic core of Paul proclaimed a village conservation area. A unique opportunity to enjoy two vaulted cellars beneath the town hall. You will find not only the wine archive, but also a place where you can sit and taste the best wines Pauline winemakers. The history of Pauline winery is reconstructed from the spindle Nov 1851. It stands at the top of the village, the route of the Moravian wine trails extending into Klentnice.

Attraction - Nov Pavlovsky

The screw press in the village, witnessed the glory of the old vineyard. He šípáků of oaks is what the limestone cliffs of Palava were! His solid fragrant wood, once the two puppets and carved log. And with him old, but new wine is associated Pauline fame ... And with the example of ancient craftsmanship is associated not only fame Pauline wine, but also charming legend, for which point you have to pave the press.

Where you can taste wine

Local shop Pavlov - Ing. Martin Mach, tel.775 775 533

Vinitores Palaviensis - Vintners Association - Ing. Paul Krska, tel.721 414 575

Vladimir Foltýn Winery - tel.519 515 343

The festivities associated with wine

Wine Exhibition (April)

Costumed feast (August)

Open Cellars Day (November)

St. Martin's consecration of wine (November)

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