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Sedmero Rosé (Vermouth)
J Stávek Winery

Víno J Stávek has roots dating back to 1898. It was rebranded to the current winemaker’s name in 2013. It is a founding member VOC Modré Hora and specializes in Rosé, Cuvée, Frankovka, and Fortified Wines. It was named Czech Winery of the Year in 2017. The winery is located in the sub-region Velke Pavlovice | Moravia.

The current winemaker is Jan Stávek, great grandson of the founder. He is a founding member of the “Mladí Vinaři” or Young Winemakers Association of the Czech Republic. Jan Stávek was named Czech Winemaker of the Year 2020.

The name of this top shelf vermouth translates to “Seven Rosé”. The vermouth was created using mature rosé, wine must, noble wine distillate and seven organically grown herbs. It is a collaboration between Jan Stávek and two bartenders from the Czech Republic’s Bar of the Year 2019, Brno-based “Bar Který Neexistuje”, whose name literally translates to “the bar that does not exist.”

Tasting Notes & Pairing Suggestions
  • The colour of this top shelf vermouth is ruby
  • On the palate you get cherry from the base rosé, but also raspberry leaves,
    coriander, citrus peel and spice
  • Despite the strong dominance of wormwood bitterness, the taste is balanced with sugar
  • Amazing on its own with a twist of orange, in your favorite Negroni, or added to sparkling rosé to enjoy as an aperitif
Residual Sugar: 130 g/L
Acid: 4.7 g/L
Alcohol: 18%
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Mailing address:
Bines & Vines
50 Golfview Drive, Stratford
Prince Edward Island C1B 2V6

Phone: 1.902.448.5231

About Us

We’re John and Brenda Steinsky from PEI. John is a proud first-generation Czech Canadian. Since May 2018, he has served as an Honorary Consul for the Czech Republic in PEI and New Brunswick, also covering Nova Scotia and Newfoundland in an “acting” capacity. In addition to providing consular services to Czech nationals in these provinces, John was keen to promote “economic diplomacy” with Atlantic Canadians, by sharing Czech goods and services they otherwise might not have access to.

Beer and wine seemed like good fits given the proliferation of craft brewing in the Maritimes and local interest in "new old-world wines." Czech wine is often described as "the best wines you’ve never heard of." We’re hoping to change that!