Vineyards and grape varieties


The majority of the vineyard is situated on a plateau at an altitude of 230-262 meters above sea level, featuring a moderate slope towards the North-North-East. The mesoclimatic conditions here lean towards the cooler side, resulting in a later sprouting compared to the average, and a delayed ripening period. The fruits produced here exhibit a higher acid content. The brown forest soil here is primarily formed on clay-marl sediment. The bedrock appears at a depth of 80-180 cm. The upper 60 cm of the soil is homogeneous, its texture is clayey loam, the water holding capacity is very high.

Grape varieties:

Welschriesling, Zengő, Hárslevelű, Furmint, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc


The vineyard is situated on a plateau, at an altitude of 240 to 260 meters above sea level, featuring a northeast slope. Its climatic attributes can be described as cooler. The fruits cultivated in this area exhibit a higher acid content. The soil-forming rock of the hilly and mountainous terrains in the vicinity is andesite, and several meters thick loess has settled on the andesite tuff, which is typically characterized as clayey loam. The region was once covered by forests, contributing to the formation of brown forest soil.

Grape varieties:
Welschriesling, Blaufränkisch, Kadarka, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon


The vineyard is situated at an approximate altitude of 245 meters above sea level, on a 13-million-year-old rhyolite tuff flow. During the Middle Miocene age, it became enriched with layers of gravel and terrestrial clay, subsequently covered by a thin layer of brown forest soil. Its orientation is South-Southwest.

Grape varieties:
Blaufränkisch, Blauburger