En el barrio de Karlin en Praga, encontramos la vinoteca Veltlin especializada en vinos de la región del antiguo Imperio Austro-Húngaro.
El espacio está diseñado por la arquitecta Gabriela Pojerová y decorado con papel de pared del diseñador gráfico Michal Bacák.
Michal Bacák realizó varias colecciones de estilo Toile de Jouy para el proyecto Vyrobeno Lesem.
In the Karlin area in Prague, we can find Veltlin the wine cellar specialized in Austro-Hungrian Empire region wines. The space was designed by the architect Gabriela Pojerová and decorated with drawings of graphic designer Michal Bacák.
Michal Bacák created several collections in the style of Toile de Jouy for the project Vyrobeno Lesem.
Veltlin defines himself this way:
“ Veltlin is a place where the authentic wines of the former Habsburg Empire are indulged; it is a place where special regard to wines of Southern Moravia is paid and gathers together the society of wine-makers who call themselves The Authentists. In Veltlin, we are bound by our love for tradition and we believe in the natural power of the central-European wines and their positive effects on our bodies and souls. There is no other place in the world that would bring forth as variegated and delectable grapes as the areas of the unfortunately-shattered empire whose lands used to be literally undermined with a net of wine cellars stretching from Trento to Litomerice.
In Veltlin, we put a special emphasis on natural and hand-processed beverages that indeed manifest the art and the temperament of their makers. It is our mission to keep these wines and their makers to preserve them from today’s omnipotent rule of so-called wine scientists.
Where there was Veltlin, there used to be our home.”
Photo © Joely Peña & Cristina Robina +info: www.veltlin.cz