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Although only a tiny spot on the world map of wine-growing areas, South Moravia contributes to the varied collection of international wines extraordinary wines of high quality with an age-old tradition. The charm of local wines lies mainly in the variety and richness of their tastes – while St. Lawrence from one winery smells after roses, the same wine from the next winery smells after dried plums and the next one perhaps after strawberries. Local specialities include a half-fermented wine called "burčák", yellow and cloudy, with sweet taste, which can cloud your mind very quickly. Its time is short, sometimes only a few hours, and you have to be lucky to come at just the right time. The delicious beverage is the bliss of the local community in a country full of characteristic wine cellars with ancient vaults and painted entrances, tempting you to enter and taste what the last season yielded or what matured during recent years – whether it is Veltlín, André, or Ruland - Moravian for Burgundy. Sitting in a cellar, you can enjoy local gastronomic specialities – pork dishes, feast cakes, fresh fruits, roasted ducks or the famous pickles of Znojmo. And don't forget the slivovitz, an odorous beverage from ripe plums, harvested from the slopes of the Moravian hills.