Milan Nestarec is a young Czech enologist who has studied enology with Aleš Kristančič from Movia. The company is located in the hills in the villages of Moravský Žižkov and Velké Bílovice, south of Brno, in the Moravian wine region, particularly in the Velkopavlovická sub-region, only 15 km from the northern border of Austria. Moravia is the largest and most important wine region in the Czech Republic and in recent years, thanks also to foreign investments, has become the focus of the country's enological renaissance. Milan works in the family business, founded by his father, together with his sister Lenka, who planted 8 hectares of vineyards in 2001. The vineyards, worked organically, are located in an area more favorable to viticulture, growing on compound land mainly of loess and limestone, and enjoy a continental climate, characterized by cool and rainy summers and dry and rigid winters. Milan cultivated various native varieties such as Neuburger, Midwinter and Dornfelder, and then Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Gruner Veltliner, Muller Thurgau, Traminer, Malvasia, Pinot Noir, Zweigelt and Blaufrankisch. In the cellar the wines are made in a totally handmade and minimal way, without the addition of products, not even SO2 in the bottling. The musts ferment spontaneously and usually vinify in cask and old and large oak and acacia tanks, and all the wines are bottled without clarification or filtration. Milan produces three different production lines: Musika, Klasika and Antika. The first one includes light wines, to drink every day; in Klasika we find more structured and elegant wines; while the third line includes full-bodied and complex wines. The wines of Milan Nestarec are full expression of the terroir of origin, and today they begin to appear on the tables of the Parisian bistros and the nouvelle vague of the restaurants of the European capitals.