With three establishments located in Prague and its surroundings - the Budečská and Lucerna wine bars and the Gourmet Černošice wine bar and café, Cellarius is a combination of a quality wine shop and an intimate wine bar and club. Cellarius offers over 1,300 varieties of wine from all over the world and specializes in the exclusive import of Vina Morandé from Chile, Rioja-Azabache from Spain as well as Bodegas Briego and Bodegas PradoRey from the Ribera Del Duero region of Spain, Porto Barros from Portugal and Languedoc-Domaine Montlobre from France. Cellarius features a club membership program, which affords its members a 5% discount on purchased goods. The New Town location is situated in the Lucerna Passage and features intimate tables in the passage for wine tasting while the Vinohrady location boasts a wine cellar and garden restaurant available for guided tasting events and private parties. Besides a wine bar, Gourmet Černošice also offers a café where coffee is served in the Viennese style, a gallery and wine tasting area where wine and food tasting as well as art exhibitions are held regularly, and a store with Mediterranean delicacies where you can purchase oil, vinegar, prosciutto, salamis, cheeses and much more. Cellarius also provides wine catering and a splendid variety of historical reproductions of green Czech forest glass that includes wine glasses and goblets. The true love of wine is evident in the case of the other activity of the Cellarius' owner – in the beautiful environment of the Šumava National Park he is offering for rent a new wooden cottage with an original Finnish sauna and a wine cellar featuring a specific selection of wines for each room. More information is available at http://chalupa.cellarius.cz.
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Address: Lucerna Passage, Štěpánská 61, Praha 1, +420 224 210 979. Budečská 29, Praha 2, +420 222 515 243, Mokropeská 2026, Černošice, +420 313 034 387, www.cellarius.cz
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