Třebívlice is one of the oldest wine-growing regions in the Czech Republic. The Litoměřice district has been growing wines for almost a millennium. In the nineteenth century, the Třebívlice region boasted hundreds of hectares of vineyards, but by 1900 they were decimated by phylloxera. However, the fertile soil has not lost its ability to produce exceptionally good vines. And so, in the twenty-first century, a man came and decided to build on this historical heritage.