Enjoy the Prague panorama
The panorama of historical Prague is best enjoyed with a glass of wine and great food. End your visit to Prague Castle at the place with the best view. Visit St. Wenceslas Vineyard at Villa Richter, where you can choose from two refreshment options – Panoramic Prague – exactly to your liking without the need for a reservation. We looking forward to seeing you!
Self-service refreshments by the entrance to the vineyard with a fantastic view of Prague. Street food for anyone who doesn’t have time to linger, but wants to experience the unique atmosphere of a vineyard in the middle of the big city.
Open every day from 11.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.
Pleasant outdoor seating in the shade of a wine pergola with breath-taking views of some of the most beautiful parts of Prague. Not only can you enjoy wine from the oldest vineyard and grilled delicacies, experience the colourful way the vineyard changes in the different seasons.
Panoramic wine festivals
This year you can also look forward to a number of exceptional events associated with the celebration of good wine and food. Put events in your diaries and follow our Facebook and Instagram for more information.
- 1. 5. 2023 – Festival of Pink Wines
- 27. 5. 2023 – Bubble Festival
- 2. 9. 2023 – Prosecco Fest
- 23. 9. 2023 – St. Wenceslas Wine Festival
- 11. 11. 2023 – St. Martin’s Wine Festival
- from 26. 11. 2023 – Advent at Prague Vineyard
THE STORY OF THE VINEYARD
The Prague Vineyard will captivate you with its unique atmosphere and the most beautiful views of the panorama of Malá Strana’s towers, chimneys and roofs. Breathe in the history linked with the very roots of Czech statehood. Enjoy unforgettable romantic moments amidst the oldest Czech vineyard, with a history dating back more than a thousand years.
THE OLDEST VINEYARD
The St. Wenceslas Vineyard at Villa Richter is the oldest vineyard in the Kingdom of Bohemia. This site, one of the most beautiful places in Prague, was chosen by St. Wenceslas, who tended the vines with his own hands. Following general refurbishment in 2008, the vineyard is now open to the public for the first time in history.
The southern slope in the immediate vicinity of the majestic Prague Castle has been used for cultivating vines since the early 10th century. The vineyard grows the two finest varieties of the northern wine-growing regions – Ryzlink rýnský (Riesling) and Rulandské modré (Pinot Noir). The wines made from these grapes are some of the best in the Czech Republic.
The vineyard also offers a great opportunity to go outside and enjoy the fresh air, taking in unforgettable views of Prague. One option is the sightseeing route, lined with almost forty other wine varieties registered in the Variety Book of the Czech Republic.