The Richard Stávek winery is located near Němčičky, in the Czech Moravian region. Richard started to make wine in the mid-1990s, and right away he embraced natural philosophy. Richard, who was once a food and wine journalist, is a 360 ° farmer and farmer and firmly believes in a holistic approach to his relationship with the land. With his wife Stanislava he cultivates 15 hectares, of which 5 hectares are dedicated to the vineyard, and in the others, he cultivates apricots, cherries, walnuts, seasonal vegetables, and produces honey and goat's cheese. The vineyards are cultivated with an approach that minimizes interventions, and are bred both native vines little known as the Neuburger and Moravian Muscat, and international vines like the Riesling Italico, the Grühner Veltliner, the Roter Traminer, the Neuburger, Riesling Renano, Muller Thurgau and Pinot Grigio. In the cellar, the focus is on traditional practices, vinification of whole bunches, fermentation in wooden vats, and limited or no use of sulfur dioxide. Recently, Richard started producing wooden slats that will be used to make barrels for the famous Austrian barrel producer, Stockinger.