Gelf Magazine: A Day in Czech Wine Country

A personal tour guide, cowboys, wine tastings where wines can't be bought—and an escape from the tourist crush.
"Heeeeey!" Josef's call echoes through the empty Penzion San Marco at 9 a.m., into our room and deep into my brain. It hurts. Our wine tasting last night in Mutěnice, a tiny village in the south of the Czech Republic, got out of hand, as our host broke out nearly a dozen bottles of local reds and whites, topping the night off with vodka.

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