The Grébovka Vineyard
The historical vineyard “Grébovka” is what remains of the extensive vineyards founded by Charles IV in the 14th century, at which time they covered the entirety of today’s Havlíčkovy sady park. Nowadays we find ourselves enjoying the distinctive blend of a city park and the memorable token remnant of former vineyards.
Within the vineyard zone are two historical buildings from the late 19th century, once part of the summer home of the industrialist Moritz
Gröbe. In the Viniční altán you’ll find a wine restaurant with wine samples direct from the Grébovka Vineyard. In the Grébovka Pavilion
is a café which serves as a popular venue for weddings.
In addition, the vineyards encompass the new Wine cellar building, where local grapes have been processed since 2009. The traditional
Czech varieties, such as Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, Riesling or Müller-Thurgau, have in recent years been joined by the modern varieties of
Hibernal, Dornfelder and Neronet.