Wine

Wine has always been and will no doubt continue to be key to Bratislava’s cuisine.

Slovakia’s capital city finds itself smack bang in the middle of several of the finest wine producing districts of Europe. The Small Carpathians (Malokarpatská) Wine Region produces the Slovak version of Chardonnay, Pinot blanc, Noir, and Gris as well as Savignon Gewurztraiminer, Cabernet Sauvignon, Albernet, St. Laurent, and Zweigeltrebe. Unique to the region are Silvánske zelené, Devín, Milia, Noria, Dunaj, and Hron grapes The latter are Slovak grape varieties cross-bred to thrive in the unique Slovak climate and soil.

Rača, a northern suburb of Bratislava, produces the wonderful red wine Blaufrankisch/Lemberger known as Frankovka. Forever linked to Empress Maria Theresa, who was so impressed with its medicinal qualities and its ability to make her forget the many headaches of governing a large and complex empire that she gave Rača royal privileges to reward the region for producing this rich, full-bodied, red wine.

 

BARIK wine house is a place, where are combined pleasures of tasting delicious wine with a atmosphere and staff, who…
We have opened the Grand Cru Wine Gallery in the center of Bratislava for you. You can find…

In Vino was created for lovers of wine, delicious food and for all who love new experiences. We are among them and that's why we created the concept of a vinotheque with a store, a cozy Café and at the same time a place for events, celebrations or corporate occasions. In our vinotheque we are happy to take care of our customers, so they always feel comfortable with us.

The National Wine Salon is an outstanding, classy space dedicated to promoting high quality wines from the Slovak…
A wine bar in the center of Bratislava. You will find it on Ventúrskej Street No. 3 for…
The Wineshop TRUNK was established in December 1999. Our goal from the very beginning was to be different and…
The Wine Bar under the Castle is a place where every day you can enjoy the greatest fruits…
Do you feel like sharing a bottle of good wine with some friends in a pleasant surrounding? Or…
Old Bratislava was full of wine bars and wine taverns serving their own wine, places where the rich…

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