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Mikrosvin Winery

Feilden+Mawson Prague office has won the competition to build a new winery in the South Moravian Mikulov region. Mikrosvin are renowned and famous wine makers for their Welsh Rieslings which regularly score in competitions nationally and internationally.

The site for the new winery is located behind a row of old wine cellars above a village called Dolni Dunajovice. Six of these old cellars will be connected to the new building underground and will be integrated in the wine making process.

The architectural concept is based on integration of a large building as sensitively as possible into a unique setting of hilly vineyards. It will contribute to the setting with new energy and unique architecture memorable for the winery visitors. The architecture represents high profile wine making philosophy of the client.

The proposal includes clearly signified archway that will lead visitors to enter a vaulted space, with a view into the barrel hall. The stairway then leads visitors to the top of the plinth where tasting rooms offer a panoramic view of the impressive Palava rocky landscape. If this wasn’t impressive enough a suite of hotel rooms face a pool where VIP guests can stay for the duration of their wine tasting events.

Mikrosvin Mikulov has won the Absolute Champion 2020 in the Winemaker of the Czech Republic Awards, for their 2017 Pinot Blanc and we are aiming to replicate the quality of the wine in the quality of the architecture.