Dolní Bojanovice – gold medal from the emperor

According to archaeological findings, the village was inhabited by the Celts already in the 4th century BC. At the beginning of the Celts were pushed Germanic tribes Markomans, during the 6th century began to penetrate the first Slavic tribes. The oldest written record of the village is written in Latin and comes from the 1196th The village and its surroundings suffered very frequent war raids, as evidenced by the deaths of many settlements as Rupersdorf, Roztrhanice, Kapanice, Kuničky, and Vsisko Potvorovice. Lower Bojanovice originally belonged to the lords of Kunštát, from the early 16th century until 1848 were the property of the estate Hodonín. The most important source of income for landlords to fish farming and winemaking. Centuries-old tradition of winemaking and the wine Bojanovčanů relationship illustrates the saying that is supposed to have originated in this village Podluží: "He who drinks wine, music, pay, take him to heaven holy angels." From the Lower Bojanovice comes the oldest press Hodonín. On his hynštu the year 1621 and is located in the Moravian Museum in Brno. In 1905, originated in Lower Bojanovice wine cooperative Second, as the first of its kind in the Czech lands. Bojanovský famous wineries particularly excellent Riesling, to protect against counterfeiting of the owner of the estate issued in 1738 a special command. Extremely high-quality wine was used for liturgical purposes, but also as a highly valuable means of payment in kind. Blend Riesling with a local winemaker John budínkou Bohúň gold medal was honored by the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I gave winemakers in person while visiting Hodonín in 1898 and has since been Bojanovský Riesling decorate festive tables at the imperial court. Today grapes grown in the village of 230 winemakers and vineyards is almost 100 hectares. The vineyard tracts Hazuka, mountain girl, galleries, Vranča, Zvolence, Myšince, Part of Kyjov roads and elsewhere are grown especially late varieties, more resistant to spring frosts. In addition to this Riesling is a Riesling, Pinot Blanc and Gris, high quality and typical varietal aromas are red varieties reach St. Laurent, Lemberger and Zweigeltrebe.

The cellar alley

Folk ornamentation Podluží

Wine cellars stood on the northwest end of the village back in 1656 and originally formed a separate colony basement. During the expansion of villages in the 19th and 20 century, some mills cellars converted into residential buildings and settlement spread to Buda. Today, the mills Bojanovský cellars street a few rows in front and below Čaganovem. From the 17th century were in the village I will Hodonín estate owners. Cellars manor mill, which was stored up to three thousand buckets of wine, one of the largest in Moravia and an underground passage leading to said Čejkovice. The tragic story connected with the work in the village lords Hodonín reminds stone cross behind the village. Folk tale says that the Governor Franz Heissing bojanovským Riesling also watered their horses, and they then flew to Hodonín gallop. In the corner at the end of the village wanted Hodonin man jump from the car to prevent disaster. Involved, however, the reins and the horses run over him.

Basements without mills or kennels original clay with thatched roof in the village now can not find either the most during the 20th century it was rebuilt. Modern buildings have generally retained their traditional colors (white walls and blue, green or red podrovnávka), orientation and protruding gable porch. Unfortunately, reconstructions often fail to respect the principle of uniform appearance or functional and aesthetic rules of folk architecture. Painted porch and cellar názední paintings that spread in the 19th and 20 century, drawn from traditional folk ornaments Podluží. The production of Lucia Kasíková-Esterková pokračovatelek, a number of the most important being Fukalíková Hedwig. They come from her porch and painted figural wall paintings inspired by local traditions and costumes. In her mother's footsteps continue to present her two daughters.

Points of interest

Annually recurring habit dolnobojanovských winemakers is zarážání mountains. "Mountain" is a stick about four meters high, which is on top of a bottle of wine and a large wreath with holy flowers. Mountain stunned passers-by far the alerted that during the ripening of the grapes in the vineyard one can not enter. After this ceremony, winemakers offer guests a wine to taste. Harvest begins with opening the mountain, which is symbolically made on hodky.

Where you can taste wine

VINACZ WINE BAR - 372 646 tel.518

SLÁDEK VIT - tel.724 707 625

Kubena Petr - tel.518 372 077

The festivities associated with wine

ZARÁŽÁNÍ mountains (end August)

St. Wenceslas feast (October)

With vintage HODKY (October)

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