Kobylí – fertile lowlands and blessed


In 1252, the municipality is documented as Cobile, later also the Mare Upper Lake. A native of neighboring Brumovice Jan Herben Mare area describes: "The landscape is uneven, slightly penetrated by hills, mostly passed in loose, fertile lowlands and blessed. Streams are not just mere crash barrier. "Mare is the fourth largest wine-growing village Velkopavlovicka wine region. The slopes around the lakes former Kobylského Veltlínskému witnessed by the green, Neuburskému, vlašskému Riesling, Traminer, Frankovce, Svatovavřineckému, Blue André and Portugal, and preferably on the southeastern and southwestern slopes of Záhřebenských, Zámlýnských, Lácarech, bright, Vlčákách, Sovinkách, Vígruntech, In vývozku and P from the fakes. Wine company Patria is represented in the National Wine Salon in Valtice (one hundred best wines from the entire country) Gewurztraminer 1997 and Sylvánským the 1999th

The cellar alley


Immortal winery

According to documents from the 14th century hectare vineyard in Kobylí more expensive than twenty hectares field. The old wine-growing village boasts a glorious history of viticulture, grapes grown here in the 13th century. The high production wine shows a deep and long the ancient wine cellars, which are scattered throughout the village, and old mills, wooden barrels and presses with dates, hand lettering and decorations. Since then wine has undergone many changes in the Mare, and bankruptcies rise. Before the Thirty Years War, there were apparently about 2700 meter, it is 540 hectares of vineyards, after only 43 meters that grow mostly on vinorodých hillsides. The decline of Moravian wine in the 17th century was caused by acts of war, contrary to the following century golden age, which also contributed to technological progress. Introduced with manure fertilization or treating them with Bordeaux vines copper cans nechvilky called, has extended the use of more efficient over the spindle. The decline of the winery in 1800 participated in a number of factors: the Napoleonic wars, the abolition of serfdom, the invention of beet sugar production became cheaper liquor, a series of barren years 1813-1825 and the disastrous cholera epidemic in 1831. When things started to improve - in 1879 were in the hunt Kobylí Emperor Franz Joseph I and Empress Elisabeth, and praised the local wine - was introduced to Europe with phylloxera, the 1890 vintage frustrate large hail, and in 1921 he appeared in the village kadeřavost vine. The stabilization of wine in the building of the village buying centers grapes in 1937. Wine flowering occurred in the seventies for the collective farm chairman Foretník Methodius. This very capable, however, vigorously promoted the economic and dubious projects such as the felling of 24 hectares of forest for the establishment of vineyards. Location could not farm and took the name for them Foretníková blaze. In the 90 the 20th century in the village of around 300 hectares of vineyards premium varieties.

Living History

Friends of the history of Mare built underground kobylského permanent museum exhibition of traditional small-scale wine with a wine cellar which offers wine tasting of local wineries. An integral part of the growing knowledge of the village is not only nature trail leading to the legendary Fountain With rocks, but the records and recollections of witnesses - the chronicler Jaroslav Kucera 1967, complained: "We fought for that land belonged to those who are working on it. Today, however, have often benefited from the soil, those who do not work on it or they do not. Parents cultivate vineyards, the young go out of town just for wine. "Vintage is described in the local dialect as follows:" The Grapes of křivákama cut, give the putýnek, threshers and odbírajú putýnek sypú to puten, vynášijú in putnách then to the lejtě špidláků. In a piston špidláku - mestůvkú zmestujů, pour into the tower and lejty presúzom. For presúza podložijú sleeper under them postavijú tub and pour into the cities from lejty her. Then putýnkách nosijú and cities across the presujú day and night. Stum nosijú tubs of what is under the depression, the cellar and into lejú barrels. "

Points of interest - ancient cellars and oil mills listed

Most basements in the area called Suchořádská zmola. Once there was "zmola", the ravines, which in 1900 after a big rain fell. Today it is the basement alley, a place where winemakers not only work but also due to meet pokoštování kobylských wines. In the lower part of the area is an old oak press, a gift from a local village Kobylí Vrbas Louis citizen. Suchořádská zmola kobylskou basement is not the only location. Nearly 50 cellars of various ages can be found near the railway track. When you walk or drive through villages, ancient cellars note, some of which are among the folk heritage listed building. Lisovny number 444 and 530 are from the period around 1800, in the street barracks find Křižákův cellar, Sally Augusta Street in the cellar Svoboda. Architecturally, the original is in the cellar Pekaříkův kútku. Wine cellars are built of stone and clay, or brick. In the wood through the mill, carpenter and beautiful specimens of carving art of local artisans. The wine press of the Mare and the year 1830 is on display in the museum at the Mikulov chateau. Presúzů original from the 19th century, much survived, but grew up a lot of new multi-storey mills. Vineyard stamps have been in this forest-free region expensive, so in the winter pulling from the ground and stored at home. Frequent tanning was the underground part of the stamp, which delayed his uhnití. For Prussian War in 1866 rekvírovaly army large quantity of wine. Kobylský winemaker, Joseph čtvrtláník buzzard, posed as a blacksmith (over wine apron strung blacksmith), drew attention to Prussians from his basement.

The wine is an interesting habit of superstition, when on Christmas Eve harbinger of walnut shells, filled with wine and puštěných on water. Zarážání mountains, held on the Feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, beautifully and accurately described the writer and expert on Hanácké Slovakia Jan Herben, "... suddenly the whole region comes alive, as if burned Midsummer fire. Neighbors kobylští zarážají mountain hovoranští also far Buchlov plane on the hill and fire at Strážovice behind in Morkůvkách and Krumvíř ... "Today, the puzzling Mountain Mare last Saturday in August:" amateur show you how zarážala mountain in the last century, scribe Articles of strict reads, Hotař naparádijú hatin and winemakers poklučú fluctuations as a symbol of labor in the vineyard. "

Where you can taste wine

Lúbalovi Winery - Tel: 519431 650, 608763630, 603444752, e-mail: info@vinarstvilubalovi.cz

Wine of Mare - Tel: 519 440 711, e-mail: info@partiakobyli.cz

Peter Tomčala Winery - Tel: 519 431 534, 775965076, 737384009, e-mail: PTomcalova@seznam.cz

The festivities associated with wine

Kobylské Feast (third weekend in June)

Zarážání Mountains (August)

Rite of wine in the world. John the Evangelist

(12.27 - winemakers believe that drinking wine on that day man will protect the entire year from all diseases)

Talks with wine wine
 

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