Nosislav – "Roháče" who wanted to outsmart The Lord


Nosislav is first encountered the 1278. In 1486 she was promoted to Matthias Corvinus town - reminds of the fresco in the Lower basement Kroupné street with the relevant dates and character of the village: a wine with a hoe and bush Košíře. Kosíř was sickle-shortening herbaceous vineyard shears to get us to a hundred years ago. The first historically documented written record of the wine route Nivky is from 1406, as part of the property belonging to nosislavské fortress. Today there are about 26 0 Nosislav hectares of vineyards and more than eighty wineries. The winery was the basis for development of the village, where he participated in the 16th century mainly Žerotín family. Wealthy burghers Brno in the local vineyards planted seedlings, imported from Austria and the Rhine. From that time The oldest cellars. Vineyards using an ideal location on the slopes of hills shoots that dominates the region in 2002 and was declared a natural monument. Traditional tracks are Vinice Heretic (included numerous local Brethren community), Šimperky, Boilers, Sails, Kozelka, Krenke, Flaneky, mountain goat, the newly planted vines on the plane along the river Svratka. The village is part of micro Židlochovice area, which is 456 hectares with the second smallest wine-growing region of Moravia. They come here excellent Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, in less exposed positions also aromatic varieties such as Müller-Thurgau and Gruner red early. The red wines are worth mentioning Cabernet Sauvignon. Visit Nosislav can recommend to anyone looking for exclusivity, but the original wine farm in a family atmosphere. Stems can be overlooked from nearby Brno agglomeration while and think about the meaning of wine for today's hectic times.
 

The cellar alley

 

Enemies vine

The biggest blow to the local winery was phylloxera, a tiny mesh damaging phylloxera, which was discovered in 1853 American Aces Fitch. In the late sixties of the 19th century appeared in France and within a decade engulfed most of Europe. Methods of combating this pest was very drastic and vineyards too testified (pouring vitriol, etc.). More successful was Charles Riley, the deployment of predatory mites - it was the first for biological plant protection. Because in their country of origin does great harm to phylloxera, the vine roubovala on American rootstock. The pioneers of this method had to fight the innate conservatism of winemakers: "These new grafts give all these were men foolish." Next were the scourge of diseases, known collectively referred to as black ore. Against them sprayed with lime and sodium sulfate, into which they dipped a straw wisp. Old wine makers were not against, "This is Rohan, chtět outsmart God to His will against any spray will not help," and protested loudly when the neighbor unintentionally sprinkled on the shrub.
 
Things to do - views of the Palava hills basement porch
The village streets are growing under the chimney at the school (usually simple Lochy no windows, except for stone cellar with the inscription WS 1902), in Vinohrady, a bastion under the hill. The cellars are scattered around the village of terraced houses, a few places are more complete line of cellars. Almost every house has a basement, depending on terrain and several cellars. This newly renovated basement in 1868 with two separate entrances and two-storey granary is in Vinohrady street. Before the wars of Charles winery is a historic press with the inscription "F. Peter, Gr. Pawlowitz ". On the walls of the cellars offer cozy ambience for cyclists, situated between the historic fortifications of the Catholic Church and the comparison between bedded fire with beautiful views of the Palava hills. Cartesian cellars from the 17th century houses are under no 234 and 235 Baroque cellars, built velkoněmčickými owners of the mill, located in the street below the hill. Under Nivky track (at the Evangelical church) are the cellars, which were built in the 18th century as a mill in cellars, currently stands on the original cellars of houses. Row construction of cellars in the Masaryk street is about the 18th century and comprises 15 cellars - mostly red-brick facade is covered under the old habit révovím. Wine weather lore: In January, rather than the farmer is better seen a wolf in the field.
 

Where you can taste wine

Ing. Karel Válka - Tel: 547 231 628, 776 164 929, www.karelvalka.cz
 

The festivities associated with wine

Wine Tasting (March)
 
Under the walls with vintage zarážáním Mountains (September)
 
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