A renewed tradition of viticulture in Most. Is it kosher? Yes, it is.
The viticulture in the region of Most is documented in writing as early as the 13th century. However, it is believed that the growing of grapes started here even earlier. The tradition of wine was interrupted after the First World War. Most viticulture was restored in 1967 by Ivan Váňa and his fellow-workers at the former Most State Farm in the village of Chrámce. He utilised the grapevine as a reclamation plant. Therefore, the vineyards helped to improve the landscape of former surface coal mines. An example is the vineyard on the spoil bank of the Hrabák open-cast mine in Čepirohy near Most. The České vinařství Chrámce winery speciality is producing kosher wines, which are produced under the supervision of a rabbi.