Visit wine cellars

The tour around Small Carpathian cellars offers not only wine tasting, but also a rich additional programme.

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Young wines from the Small Carpathians, regional food, folk music and art exhibition. All this will be available for visitors on the Day of Open Cellars 2017 held on November 17 and 18.

The journey around 167 wine cellars offering wine samples from 228 local producers starts below Devín Castle.

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“The castle cellars will be also opened in Červený Kameň and Smolenice castles,” said Jarmila Dudová from the Small Carpathian Educational Centre in Modra, as quoted by the TASR newswire. “People can visit the cellars and wineries in 38 municipalities, from Bratislava, via Svätý Jur, Limbach, Pezinok, Modra, Doľany, to Trnava.”

For the very first time, people will be able to use the Small Carpathian express expected to simplify the travelling between Bratislava and Modra.

Among the biggest attractions are young wines from the Small Carpathian region as well as “the honesty of winemakers and friendly encounters”, Dudová said. The regional gastronomy will be offered by 61 cellars, she added.

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As for the cultural programme, several organisers will offer original folk music and there is an art exhibition presented in one of the cellars. In addition, the tour around the castle cellars at Červený Kameň will be led by the daughter of the cellar master, Dudová told TASR.

Visitors to the Day of Open Cellars will receive a map and a wine guide presenting the participating winemakers and their wineries.

To attend the event, it is not necessary to have tickets. People can visit the opened cellars and pay for the tasting.

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