Roudnice Castle Winery
The Lobkowicz family has been cultivating its ancestral vineyards in the Roudnice region of Bohemia since 1603. Our wines have received countless awards through the years, and one was chosen to be served during the main course of President Havel’s State Dinner for Queen Elizabeth II.
Founded in 1603, the Roudnice Castle Winery has a long history of wine production in the northernmost region of the Czech Republic. Today, it continues to produce award-winning wine in the castle’s original Romanesque cellars, maintaining traditional methods built over centuries.
Adjacent to the winery, our outdoor pavilion offers a wide selection of wines for sale and tastings. Visitors can also enjoy delicious refreshments, live music, farmers markets, and other special events.
Sample a wide variety of our award-winning wines and learn about the winery’s history in the unique setting of the castle’s historic cellars. During the summer months, you can enjoy tastings in the picturesque surroundings of our vineyards.
Browse from a wide selection of our wines — from mineral varietals like Riesling and Müller Thurgau to signature reds like Pinot Noir, Saint Laurent, and the new Czech variety Fratava, which are fermented in traditional open vats and matured in oak barrels.