Currently the winery makes wine from grapes of three vineyard tracks that all have their own qualities.
Vineyard track Kukvička - This unique vineyard track located on south and south-east facing slope was named after the village Kukvice which used to lay in this area however it was destroyed during Turkish invasion in the 16th century. The soil in this track consists of very deep loamy-sandy loess with high content of silicon and calcium. In addition, some parts of the track are intersected with a vein of soil with magmatic origin which enriches the taste of wine with a strong mineral trace. The high warmth maintenance of the soil helps to keep relatively high temperature of the vineyard even during night hours which is important for the time of grape ripening.
Vineyard track Židlíky u Nechor - This track is located near the village of wine-cellars called Nechory. The terrain is flat to slightly sloping and is facing east. The soil consists of very fertile loamy loess with a higher content of clay particles. It retains water very well and therefore is suitable for fresh aromatic wine varieties like Sauvignon Blanc.
Vineyard track Podkovné - With its altitude of about 260 m a. s. l. it is the highest vineyard track in the vicinity. The flat terrain gradually goes into a south-west facing slope. The fertile black soil on the surface deeper turns into loess which adds a mineral trace to the wine taste. The terrain´s openness causes a rapid drop in temperature at night which helps the formation of aromatic substances and retention of acids in berries.