In the early 11th century, monks from France moved to Eger to help establish the Catholic bishopry. With them, they brought viticultural skills and began transforming the beautiful countryside into breathtaking vineyards. To this day, these lands remain focused on viticulture.
We produce many of our wines from two unique volcanic sites outside Eger, utilizing traditional and modern winemaking techniques.
However, a select few wines come from Nagy Eged hill, the highest vineyard site in all of Hungary, with a unique limestone deposit that infuses minerality into our wines.
Once harvest finishes in the fall, the grapes are pressed and begin fermentation. Then, the wines transition into barrels and age in our ancient cavern cellars dating back to the 19th century.