Summer is drawing to a close, and long summer days by the river, trips to the beer garden, and long hikes in the country are all about to become a thing of the past in Prague.
However, there’s no need to despair. Autumn is one of the best times to be in Prague. During September and October, wine festivals explode into life throughout the country, giving you the chance to taste some extremely reasonably priced vintages in style.
One such event is the Troja Wine Festival, which takes place this year on 14 September, in the courtyard of the Troja Castle in Prague 7.
Prague’s Troja district is known for its vineyards and winemaking has a long tradition there. Since 1999 the City District Prague-Troja in cooperation with the Prague City Gallery has organized here the traditional celebrations of wine and young wine.
Winemakers will present their products. Furthermore, one can look forward to an afternoon degustation, informal seminars about wine in the castle cellars and an accompanying program – puppet theatre, dance and fencing, games, folk music and dancers and much more.
More information here