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We are well aware of our role in the protection of the landscape and the values symbolized by Czech winemaking. We feel co-responsible for the development of the sector, which is part of our common heritage. Our energy, efforts, care and the latest knowledge are therefore directed where our strength comes from – the vineyards. For us, vineyards are not just endless rows stretching into the distance. We see them as part of a wider whole, a cultural landscape where nature and man meet.

We are actively seeking opportunities to combat climate change. In cooperation with experts, we are testing new viticultural practices and technologies to help Moravian vineyards. We are implementing our own project “To the Vineyards“, which focuses on three key areas – support for vineyard growers, the return of water and life to the vineyards, and relations with villages and communities.


Energy & Water

Sustainability is not just a word for us, but part of our philosophy. We believe our approach helps protect and preserve natural resources for future generations. Drought is a growing problem for Moravian vineyards. That is why water conservation is our priority. We are looking for ways to effectively retain water in the landscape and to reduce the amount of water used in vineyards and wine production.

We place maximum emphasis on efficiency, which is why we use technology to monitor soil and plant moisture. We are also investing in systems to treat and recycle wastewater. Energy consumption is also an important factor in wine production. That is why we make great efforts to minimise energy consumption, introducing energy-saving equipment wherever possible and permanently reducing the energy consumption of our operations.



We look at waste as a new resource and seek further uses for it at all stages. That is why we have been able to commit to less than 1% of our waste going to landfill by 2030.

The main proportion of our waste is glass, in which we bottle our products and which is recyclable. We also recover a large part of our waste from the pressing of grapes. We process it into ‘vermicompost’, a natural, nutrient-rich fertiliser that we return to the soil in our vineyards. We have also said goodbye to paper. In recent years, we have gradually switched to electronic communication instead of paper in most of our administrative departments.



Packaging can make a major contribution to our carbon footprint. That’s why we adopt cost-saving solutions in production, packaging and transport. Thanks to them, we are succeeding in significantly reducing our overall environmental impact.
We offer our products in glass bottles that can be easily and repeatedly recycled without losing their quality. We also take weight into account, because the heavier the bottle, the higher the transport requirements. From 2020, we are working on slimming down our bottles, which will save us over 1,200 tonnes of glass in 2023.

But the bottles are just an example of our efforts. We are working on weight reduction in all our packaging. As a result, we have saved over 520 tonnes of packaging in 2022 alone.

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