- Bořetice is a village in Břeclav District, South Moravian Region, Czech Republic.
- It has a population 1,354 inhabitants
- The village of Bořetice can be found in the ups and downs at the foothills of Ždánický les.
- The first mention of the village dates from 1222
- In 1335 mentions the local wineries
- In 1341, part of the village came into possession of significant Moravian Lords of Kunštát
- in 1605, the village with the church burned Hungarian rebels
- in 1763, when the first census of Maria Theresa lived in the village of 320 people
- The school was established in 1826th
- Historical monuments are St. Anne’s Church and two chapels
- Today the village is rebuilt
- cultural house has a neat space where take place folklore and other events
- The village has a rich social and cultural life
- They hold the balls, wine exhibitions, consecration of young wines, concerts and more
- The biggest cultural event of the three-day garb feast, which traditionally begin on the first Sunday in August
- Costumes to be worn more than 20 pairs of young people
- Cow Mountain are the most popular location – the hills of fertile vineyards go up the numerous lines of wine cellars.
- There are some 260 cellars.
- On 12 November 2000, the local wine growers and makers established a jive-ass „Independent Republic of Cow Mountain“
- The most frequently grown varieties include Riesling, Green Veltline or Pinot Gris.
- It was opened in June 2006
- has 57 stairs
- Is 15 m height
- four viewing platforms
- 685 x 83 m