Plže Wine Cellars are a protected group of around eighty decorated wine cellars near Strážnice that make up what looks almost like a street of small white houses with sky blue base walls and colourful wine ornamentation along the sides. The open-air museum is located on the southwest edge of the protected landscape region of the White Carpathians, a place where superb wine matures and is available for tasting. Various cultural events are held here every summer. The vineyard complex has a tradition dating back as far as the 15th century, while most of the currently existing wine cellars were built in the 18th and 19th century by the local winemakers themselves. It is a part of the 101 km long Strážnice Wine Route.






Authors of the story/idea: unknown
Investors/owners: Municipality Petrov
Year when the project started: 15th century
Location: Petrov-Plže, Czech Republic