Autumn in the Little Carpathian Region is full of colours of vineyards and fragrance of young wine. Winemakers there introduce you to them thanks to the festival of open cellars, an event that joins wine, art and food of Little Carpathians.
Wine lovers have the chance to get to know
35 winemakers in total from the Little Carpathian Region
thanks to the proven wandering format through wineshops on 10th of November
. It's possible to visit them thanks to courtesy shuttle transport
. Associated wineries are located in municipalities of Pezinok, Šenkvice, Vinosady, Modra, Častá, Doľany as well as Suchá nad Parnou.
Visitors can taste directly at wineshops and they can be pleased
by specialities of regional cuisine
in local restaurants, because a good wine distinguishes itself in combination with a good meal. They have also the chance to discover regional culture
while in wineshops, and that's in the form of musical performances or exhibitions
of photographs, paintings or other artistic objects. Autumn
in this part of country is truly evenful
Taste of Little Carpathians founders are awarded wineshops Karpatská Perla, Skovajsa vinohradníctvo a vinárstvo, Terra Parna, Repa Winery, Hacaj s.r.o., Vinárstvo Vinkor, Vinárstvo Peter Ratuzky and Vins Winery – Richard Tóth. Since the idea to organize an autumn wine, gastronomy and cultural festival originated, tens of winemakers from Pezinok, Modra, Šenkvice, Doľany (Vína z mlyna), Častá and Vinosady as well as this year's newcommer Ružindol have joined the project.
Wine lovers can taste sorts that have been planted in Little Carpathian Region
since time out of mind. Because a bonus for buying wine at 10 euro value in total is a part of the ticket, they can take their favourite one home. Everybody gets also a glass with logo and a small bag, as well as a guide with a map and list of wineshops, restaurants and artists who have joined the project.
Region Tirnavia Tourist Information Centre