57- hectare vineyards, under full supervision of growing, are situated in vineyard locality Hrubé pole and Náklo (wine-producing village Ratíškovice) and Úlehle (wine-producing village Mutěnice) in wine region Moravia, subregion Slovácká. The landscape is gently undulated with an altitude of 210-260 m above sea level with exposure to south (Hrubé Pole) and Southwest (Úlehle). 
The land is black soil and regosol on the fine sands and calcareous clays subsoil of the Pannonian formation between Bzenec and Dubňany. The structure is suitable for growing both white and red varieties of vine. Thanks to the warm climate of "Moravian Sahara" with low rain fall, grapes are predetermined for good maturing within the wine region Slovácko, even late varieties such as Riesling.


Varieties for white wines are mainly represented by Riesling, Welschriesling, Sylvaner, Neuburger, Grüner Veltliner, Malvasier, it is also Chardonnay and Pinot Gris from Burgundy varieties. Vineyards offer Moravian Muscat, Traminer, Sauvignon and Müller Thurgau as representative of aromatic varieties. 
High-quality Pinot Noir, Lemberger, Zweigeltrebe, Nitra, Neronet, André, Saint Laurent and Blauer Portugieser are used for the production of rosé and red wines.