Šatov - rural conservation area mills and cellars


Name of the village is Šatov Slavic origin. According to legend, this name was founded by the Duchess Svatava, first wife of King Vladislav II. To honor her supposedly named Berka Lipa and the newly established village near Znojmo Svatava, abbreviated Satava. The first written mention of Šatov dates from 1201, the last Premyslid settlement was colonized by German settlers. Already in 1316 the property registers indicate vineyard only in German. In 1600 he became the owner Vranov estate, including Šatov, the highest Moravian Chamber Ladislav Berka that liberate Šatov from any robot, the lordship of beer and wine bar and uncendorfského viničního rights. Nezáviděníhodným primacy šatovského winery is the occurrence of phylloxera. This malignant disease of vines in the Czech lands was first identified in 1890 here. Set of traditional farmhouses, cottages, barns, mills and cellars in the historic core and younger chalupnické estate was in 1995 declared the country's conservation area. Important monument is the church. Martin Chapel of the Holy Sepulchre and the well-preserved Gothic and baroque ossuary in the 18th century. Historically, a number of valuable statues and late Renaissance divine punishment, deserves attention as the main building of working with ceramics and agricultural colonies Court of historicism, the 19th season century.
 

The cellar alley

 

Basement tiles from local sources

Šatov wine community is promised. Six vineyards cover an area of ​​260 hectares, the vineyard, in the woods, Šibeničkách, U Rock bunker and thrive primarily green Veltlínskému and Rhine Riesling. Steep amphitheater-shaped line stretching to the border bears the name of Hell and witnessed by the variety of grapes Müller-Thurgau, which is full of wine in this area get a unique muscatel flavor. Ground storey mill and cellars šatovských grow the whole town, wine center with architectural and design are worthy street cellars cellar and Winter. Among the vineyards along the road from Havraníky or protracted descent from the Austrian border brings you here Moravian Wine Trail. The winding cobbled streets and dusty alternating massive mill is rectangular cellars that his secret hidden behind whitewashed walls předsklepí. Most buildings are built of brick on a stone base, some mills are built of stone and clay, or a rare technology loaded clay masonry. Stone or brick frame and door and window openings and acts as a decorative element in front of mill adjustment. The massive doors or gates are made of thick planks, as well as windows fitted with curtains drawn by ewe and bars. Spreading arched doors povozům allowed to enter the mill and cargo of grapes. The interior layout respects the traditional location stamping press in the side wall, the floor was always the most dusan of clay. Newer floors are reinforced with cement screed, paving bricks or fired from a local pottery factory. Fortelné ceilings are mostly built of massive oak beams. The maturation and storage of fine wine served in your own cellar excavated sandstone. The vault under the cellars is mostly brick. As in other wine-producing areas in the vicinity of the cellars intricate design of corridors, projecting from the side aisles of the nave is used mostly as archive wines.
 

Interest - a unique work of one-armed painter

Among the most famous wine-growing structures are painted in Šatov cellar. Inconspicuous, white neoclassical facade olíčené mills hidden in one of the great underground rarities Moravian country. Already in the mid-32 begins descending the stairs a unique work of native Appeltauer Maximilian, who scraped the walls of sandstone and carved many themes, and then polychromoval vibrant colors. Apart from the main corridors are on the sides of themed rooms, some artfully hidden. Just right of the entrance stair is the round hall, at the end of which is hidden deep well. Builder working on my entire 34 years. Is completed by candlelight in one hand, when the 1st the second world war came. The nearby Moravian wine cellar is a paradise for all gourmets and lovers of fine wine. You can taste the specialties of Znojmo, to have to recommend some of the delicious local wines and romantic moments over a glass, then spend the three hundred years old cellar. If you want to know the vine as it grew our ancestors, let us invite you into the nature of the old varieties, vineyards Moravian cellar. Walk between the lines and go back to a time when the Czech and Moravian vineyards growing varieties with poetic names such as Blue or Kamenorůžák Janek. Moravian Wine Cellar Wine offers the tourist a visit to the private archives of wine or wine renovated barn. She was sitting on Saturday due to holiday music with popular cycling trips to Šatov.
 

Where you can taste wine

Ing. Roman Polak - tel 777 561 546
 
Moravian cellar, Antonin Poverty - tel 515 232 218, 732 641 437
 
Painted Cellar - tel 721 754 548, 515 221 650
 

The festivities associated with wine

Regional wine tasting (Easter Monday)
 

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