The Prague Wine Week is a unique festival of wines, wineries, and gastronomy. Selected Prague restaurants will prepare special degustation menus. For a whole week, wine lovers and professionals will meet in Prague restaurants, wine bars, and wine shops.
Until Sunday, February 2, restaurants, wine bars, and wine shops throughout Prague will cooperate with award-winning wineries to create set menus accompanied by wine tastings that will give you the chance to savor a particular grape in its best light, or rather, with the best bite for prices that won’t break the bank (ranging from CZK 150 for no-meal options to CZK 450 for three-course options).
In both Vinograf wine bars, you will be able to taste different sets of wines from the Mikrosvín Mikulov winery. U Dvou Pánů restaurant on Ovocný trh has prepared a four-course tasting menu combined with wines from the Spielberg winery.
At Wine Not Wine Bar on Masarykovo nábřeží, the United Drinks importer prepared a wine tasting from Bodegas Escorihuela Gascon from Mendoza, Argentina. Mountfield offers Chilean wines from La Joya and New Zealand wines from Greyrock at the same bar. Both tastings will include great local tapas.
Alifea importer will join the Prague Wine Week with a wine bar, wine shop and music bar Přátelé Wine Friends in Rumunska street in Vinohrady, offering an interesting selection of its portfolio.
Mosel winemaker, Michael Trossen, will personally introduce his wines, especially Riesling, on Wednesday, January 29 at Vinograf Míšenská.
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