Gruner Sylvaner

Gruner Sylvaner is a white, ancient, mid-late grape variety. It was created by spontaneous crossing of Austrian white and Tramín red varieties. It probably comes from the area of the Danube, today it is believed to be from around Kremž (Lower Austria). It used to be the most widespread variety in Moravia, which is why it was popularly called "Morávka".

It was entered in the State Book of Varieties of the Czech Republic in 1941.

Wines are excellent for social events because they are not tiring to drink. They are neutral wines that do not disturb the taste of delicate dishes. They are suitable for rabbit dishes, poultry or pork, appetizers and cream sauce.