”Balaton summer locked into a bottle”
Two thirds of the vineyard consists of white grapes. The most important kinds include Tramini, Királyleányka, Szürkebarát and Olaszrizling, but we also grow Chardonnay, Irsai Olivér and Sauvignon Blanc on a large area of our grounds. Their most important blue grapes are Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir. Their premium wines are named after the classical, elegant sailboats of Lake Balaton such as Sirocco, Nemere or Tramontana.
In addition to the global varieties that are produced here on some of the most exceptional cultivation areas in Hungary – Chasselas is also grown on a much smaller scale. They also grow Muscat Lunel or Yellow Muscat, a grape that was one of the most popular wine grapes of the ancient Greeks and Romans; as well as Rizlingszilváni ennobled by the Müller Thurgau in 1891, the hungaricum Királyleányka originating from Transylvania, and also the Zöld veltelini which originates from Austria.