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A family, a winery, an estate and lots of gastronomic experiences from beach food, through panoramic restaurants to modern bistro cuisine. We are proud to show all the flavours and values of the Balaton Uplands through our wines.
Our family mainly cultivates traditional grape varieties, which are situated in the best-suited sites of the surrounding volcanic buttes. It is our mission to introduce Badacsony and the Badacsony Wine Region to the world. We set our heart on building a local community, creating inheritable values and timeless investments and developing a long-term approach - even from an economical point of view. We strive for sustainable development that is in harmony with the rhythm of nature. We work with traditional, local grape varieties typical of the Badacsony wine region. We produce about 500,000 bottles a year, our main varieties are Welschriesling, Rhine Riesling, Pinot Gris, Kéknyelű, Furmint and Juhfark. We have long-aged, barrelled, vineyard selections, but we also make fresh, reductive wines.
In our wines – to which intensity and clarity are given by the appliance of modern technologies – we aim to show all the beauty of the volcanic hills.
Our basic selection (Fresh, Fragrant and Rosé) consists of more fruity and light wines, whilst our premium wines get more emphasis on the minerality of the terroir, which is associated with elegance every time. In wine making we thrive complexity with freshness: in the wines all flavours should be present, we make them to be easily drinkable, and to show the characteristics of the terroir and the variety – without being showish or exaggerated.
"Badacsony is the jewellery box of Hungary, and we would like to introduce it to as many people as possible. We believe this is one of the most beautiful corners of the world on the shores of Lake Balaton. There are: witness hills, stone sea, hiking trails, lookout tower, breath-taking panorama, chapels and churches, and of course the most exciting white wines in the depths of the cellars: Welschriesling, Pinot Gris, Kéknyelű…"