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SONBERK


Through an unique pairing of soil and sun Sonberk vineyard gives origin to a true signature wine.

Sonberk - the architectural icon of Czech Republic´s winemaking - produces original quality wine from 45 hectares of its own same-named vineyard. Our grapes are sustainably grown, hand-picked and selected for an annual yield of 30 000-150 000 bottles depending on the quality of the vintage.

Decanter World Wine Awards assigned Sonberk a Platinum medal Best in Show for Best Dry Aromatic Wine, a Platinum medal Best in Category - Czech Sweet and a Regional Trophy for the Best white dry wine of Central and Eastern Europe. Sonberk is the first and only Czech winery mentioned in Financial Times, New York Times and Wall Street Journal. With our wine we have reached 91 points in the American magazine Wine & Spirits as one of the best from Europe. Every year Sonberk assumes a place in the National Salon of Wines - the winning collection of 100 best Czech wines for the respective year. We became the absolute winner of the competition Winery of the year 2013 and category winner in 2015, being a finalist in 2014, 2012 and 2009. Over and again our wine gets listed in the guide 1000 Vins du Monde. Every year Sonberk qualifies for the finale of Prague Wine Trophy, Czech Republic´s most reputable international wine competition, being its absolut champion twice. The Guide of Czech and Moravian wines granted Sonberk a full point score. Last but not least Sonberk is finalist of the prestigious competition Design of the year.

Latest news


  • Sonberk in the finals of Winemaker of the year
    08/9/2019

    The results will be announced on the 21st of August

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  • Brunch on Sonberk vol.2
    08/8/2019

    On the last summer Sunday, the iconic Būcheck truck will supply Sonberk with food

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  • Anyone can join this years harvest
    08/4/2019

    New wines will be introduced, and you can try grape picking and then pressing yourself

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  • The grapes are already rounding up, but the records from last year will not be repeated
    08/1/2019

    While last year we started the harvest on August 20, this year it will definitely be in September

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