Since I started 30 years ago, I have been growing traditional varieties of wine grapes, such as Juhfark, Furmint, Olaszrizling, Hárslevelű and Chardonnay on my 2-hectare plot of volcanic land. All my wines are matured in oak, their development accompanied by early Christian Gregorian music. My philosophy is that there is no bad wine, only a bad time to open that wine. In 2010, my 2008 Furmint won the title of the best Hungarian white wine at Pannon Bormustra national wine contest. My 2010 Juhfark, and my winery, were included in US Wine and Spirit magazine’s Top 100 Wineries.