I don't know why but I have been attracted by land – terra benedicta – since my childhood, although no one in my family had worked the land ever. I have become one. Many times I simply enjoy myself crumbling lumps of earth. Soil, vegetation and sun enabled life for mankind. It is extremely important that mankind shall preserve this treasure.
The Szekszárd wine region has demonstrated for millennia that it is a unique habitat. There is an unrivalled opportunity to produce great red wines in the east and south-west valleys of the hills.
East of this point begins a plain area that stretches to the Carpathians. The beams of the rising sun hit the vine hills and start to warm them early on. The greatness of the Szekszárd hills lies in the hidden valleys where unique microclimates develop.
Our estate currently covers an area of 20 hectares, half of which is cultivated land, with a further 3 hectares has been planted in 2011 spring, and an additional seven in autumn of 2011. The centre of our Family Estate, our processing plant and wine cellar, is located in Bakta, on the last whole one hectare area.