the Hungarian soil

The processed grapes are from the four wine regions of Hungary.



Kunság region


Villány region

Eger region

Tokaj region






The most extensive wine-growing region in the country is located on the Great Plain. Some of the vineyards were planted for the purpose of concluding the shifting sand. The wine which is produced here is the wine of everyday life.




Moderately hot and humid climates, major microclimate differences can be found between mountainous and plain areas mainly due to their exposure.
The climatic and soil conditions of the southern slopes of the Villány Mountain offer very favorable conditions for the high-quality vineyards.





Eger is a very rich wine region with a medieval past. It was the northern boundary of the Ottoman Empire, where kadarka along with the old white wine grape varieties has been growing on the southern slopes of the Bükk Mountains. The basements of the Eger's underground maze - carved into the Riolit-tuff soil - is still famous for the wines of Eger.


The highest alcoholic, sugar and acidic wines of the country are born in Tokaj-Hegyalja. The secret of this wine should not be found separately in climate, location or soil conditions but in their combined effect. The long, humid and sunny autumn is beneficial for shrivelling mature grapes.