HaraszthyThe Haraszthy Wineyard was founded in 1996 with the wine processing plant completed in 2003. In addition to wine production they also have a great interest in gastronomy.

Their mission is to produce high-quality wines year after year and to showcase Burgundy varieties (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir) locally. Main grape varieties are the Irsai Olivér, Chardonnay, Savignon Blanc and the Pinot Noir. They also have some Pinot Gris, Királyleányka and Zenit for cuvées.

They utilize modern technology inspired by traditional methods to make distinctive, wines full of character.

The Winemaker in Chief , Daniel Pázmányi, takes fastidious care to ensure that only perfectly ripe, healthy grapes go into our wines. The berry phase is preceded by a rigorous selection, ensuring that only the finest, healthiest berries go through. After gently pressing the grapes, we use controlled fermentation technology for the wines.

Current production stands at 120,000 bottles a year across three families.

Haraszthy is the base wine family of four members, all made by reductive technology. These wines are light, well-structured and elegant with a common aroma, dynamism and richness.