Winery  Baloun

Radomil Baloun comes from the vinter family from Velké Bílovice whose ancestors were winemakers for many generations and the one we should mention is his grandpa Cyril Kratochvíl (1892 - 1972). Radek when he was a small boy he used to go with him to the wineyard and wine cellar. At those days he smelt wine for the first time and slept under the grapevine bush all the afternoon, covered with his grandpa’s coat. read more.

Latest news

11/4/2016
In the 12th annual of the competition we won:
gold medal and  press price for Merlot výběr z hroznů / grape selection 2015






9/8/2016

We received complete results of the competition Vinoforum China 2016. At the end of July, we inform you that we have been honored to champion for Zweigeltrebe rosé late harvest 2015. Unfortunately, this wine won a silver medal in the end. Sorry for the wrong information. In China, we have won the following awards:

Gold medal - Cuvée Baloun BLANC pozdní sběr 2015
Gold medal – Chardonnay pozdní sběr 1999
Gold medal – Cabernet Moravia pozdní sběr 2009


Silver medal
 - Pálava pozdní sběr 2015

Silver medal – Zweigeltrebe rosé pozdní sběr 2015
Silver medal  – Cuvée Tobias pozdní sběr 2015
Silver medal  – Cuvée 22 - 2015



8/25/2016
Within Velkopavlovické vinobraní we organize wine tasting and wine sale in our winery premises in Velké Pavlovice on Saturday 3rd September 2016 from 10 am till 6 pm and we would like to warmly invite You.
Complete programm you can find HERE (in Czech language only) 
                                                                
                                           
8/17/2016
Within event Vino bez hranic you can taste our wines in premises of riding hall of Chateau Valtice on Friday and Saturday 19th - 20th  August 2016.
For more info  HERE (in Czech and German language).
                                                                
                                           

"All the guys in the village met with the wine as a boys because their fathers and grandfathers went to work to the vineyards and also to the wine cellars. As a kid I liked as the most a wine harvest period , because everywhere were a lots of people, queue of growers  which were selling part of their grapes to winery. Queue was running to the village, cellars were opened, everyone was singing and adults had a lot of work with wine ... "

Radomil Baloun