Vintage: 2020, dry red wine
Grape variety: Kadarka
Terroir: Talánterem (Hjdújárás), Nosza hill
Kadarka is our main red grape variety, which gives a palatable easy to drink wine with a fruity taste from our old vinies and rich red wine from our plantations in Srem wine region.
It underwent fermentation by traditional pressing method, when the bunches compacted with carbon dioxide on the surface are pressed down in a fermentation vessel twice a day. The wine was matured in large used oak barrels. Unfiltered, unclarified, bottled without added sulfite. No pump or bottling machine is used, bottling is done by gravity.
Vintage: 2021, dry red wine
Grape varieties: Blaufrankisch, Cabernet Sauvignon, Prokupac, black Muscat
Terroir: Nosza, Fodor
This is a blend of Frankovka 40%, Cabernet Sauvignon 40%, Prolupac 30%, black Muscat 10%. The grapes were harvested with a yield of 700g per vine. After 5 days of skin contact, the wine matured for 7 months in used wooden barrels of 225 litres. Unfiltered, unclarified, bottled without added sulfite. No pump or bottling machine is used, bottling is done by gravity.
Vintage: 2017, dry red wine
Grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Terroir: Sremski Karlovci, Fruška Gora (wine region in Srem)
The grapes originate from one of the best areas within the Srem wine region: the historical Karaš and Kristuševina range. Harvesting time in October with a yield of 500g per a single grapevine. The fermentation process was performed with the classical method, crushed berries and maceration. The wine matured in used oak barrels for 22 months, then it was bottled as unclarified, unfiltered and with low sulphur content. Spicy aromas, fruity flavors and beautiful acids with minerals characterize this rich, complex red wine.
Vintage: 2019, dry red wine
Grape variety: Kadarka
Terroir: Nosza hill
Our historic Kadarka plantation, which was planted on a hill in Nosza in 1880 as we know is the oldest Kadarka plantation in the world. Thanks to the sandy soil typical for this area, it survived the phylloxera disaster thanks to that each vine is connected to the land by it’s own root. Under the sand, which is up to a depth of 50 cm, there is a loess soil rich in clay and lime, which gives to the crop of 142-year-old vines a special mineral character. We aspired to the highest degree of naturalness in viticulture and wine-making. The bottling was preceded by 12 months of maturation in barrels. Unfiltered, unclarified, bottled without added sulfite. No pump or bottling machine is used, bottling is done by gravity. This wine, is bottled as separate label only in the best vintages.