Hungary

– Csányi Pincészet

– Csányi Pincészet

The predecessor of Csányi Winery, the Chateau Teleki winery was founded by Zsigmond Teleki in 1881. The name of the imperial and royal purveyor has become wide-known all over Europe at the time of the phylloxera plague – due to his experimental selection of rootstock resistant to phylloxera. Phylloxera (i.e. grape-louse) has destroyed most of the vineyards in Europe, but a real remedy was not found for a long time. Teleki was the first one to experimentally find rootstock species resistant to the pest even in calcic soils, on his own vineyards. His work was carried on by his sons, Andor (Andrew) and Sándor (Alexander). Thanks to their innovative efforts the dream of the wine-makers came true. The serious epidemic was combated. The Chateau Teleki winery later gained significant recognition, in addition to viticulture, oenology and grape genetics research and breeding, for viticulture and oenology expert training as well.
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– Nagyréde Estate

– Nagyréde Estate

Based on the sunny, southern slopes of the Matra Mountains and only 80 km NE of Budapest, Nagyrède Estate has forged a reputation for modern, fresh wines. They are produced using the latest in technology and a legacy of over 700 years of winemaking in the area. Over recent years Nagyrède has been acclaimed “the Best Winery in Hungary” at Wine Awards in Budapest. Nagyrède Estate was established in 1957 as a cooperative and is now privately owned. The majority of production is white and rosé, while about 20% is red, made in a light fruity style with no oak or ageing.
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Matra – Nagyréde Estate

Matra – Nagyréde Estate

Based on the sunny, southern slopes of the Matra Mountains and only 80 km NE of Budapest, Nagyrède Estate has forged a reputation for modern, fresh wines. They are produced using the latest in technology and a legacy of over 700 years of winemaking in the area. Over recent years Nagyrède has been acclaimed “the Best Winery in Hungary” at Wine Awards in Budapest. Nagyrède Estate was established in 1957 as a cooperative and is now privately owned. The majority of production is white and rosé, while about 20% is red, made in a light fruity style with no oak or ageing.
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Spice Trail – Nagyréde Estate

Spice Trail – Nagyréde Estate

Based on the sunny, southern slopes of the Matra Mountains and only 80 km NE of Budapest, Nagyrède Estate has forged a reputation for modern, fresh wines. They are produced using the latest in technology and a legacy of over 700 years of winemaking in the area. Over recent years Nagyrède has been acclaimed “the Best Winery in Hungary” at Wine Awards in Budapest. Nagyrède Estate was established in 1957 as a cooperative and is now privately owned. The majority of production is white and rosé, while about 20% is red, made in a light fruity style with no oak or ageing.
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