Jakubik Winery is located in the heart of Moravia, where the rich soil takes its nutrients and strength from the Morava River.
As the Czech Republic’s easternmost province, Moravia is open to the sun and sheltered from the northwest by the Chřiby Massif and the mountains east of the White Carpathians.
Jakubik Winery’s perfect positioning, combined with the area’s unique constellation and naturally hot climate, has made for extraordinary grape vine cultivation and winemaking for the last 50 years.
The wine-making tradition has been passed down through the Jakubik family for many many years, establishing us as experts in our craft and strengthening our undeniable passion for creating high-quality premier wine.
Jakubik Winery was officially founded in 2013 and is a new, state-of-the-art building located on the outskirts of the Movarian village of Zlechov (in the Slovacko Region) close to Buchlov Castle.
The Jakubik Winery production uses hand-picked premium grapes that have been left on the vine longer than usual to ensure only the highest raisin quality and the most wonderful richness of yeast cells. The use of these late grapes combined with traditional winemaking methods as well as the latest award-winning technologies, such as flotation devices and controlled fermentation, promises consumers a superior wine.
Our winery has won major awards at exhibitions in the Czech Republic as well as abroad. The most valuable and most prestigious award is the Double Gold Medal, which we received in Israel in 2013 for our Sauvignon blanc 2011 selection of berries.
We like to say our wine is ‘dreamlike’ – a different experience for everyone, every time. With a rapidly growing number of satisfied customers, our vision now is to expand and create an even greater selection of fine wines so that we can create many more ‘dreamlike’ experiences for many more years to come.
LONDON PRESENTATION WINE LIST
Pinot Gris 2014 – late harvest, dry
Veltlin green 2015 – late harvest, dry
Chardonnay 2014 – selection of grapes, semidry
Reisling 2015 – late harvest, semidry
Sauvignon 2014 – late harvest, semidry
Frankovka 2015 – selection of grapes, dry