The Koch family’s winemaking traditions go back as long ago as 1748 and through many generations in the Hajós-Bajai area of Hungary. Koch Csaba has been at the helm since 1991 and was awarded Winery of the Year, Hungary in 2014
His attitude to winemaking is to approach it with as little intervention as possible. He is a lover of nature and he encourages wildlife around his winery and vineyards to thrive.
Kékfrankos (aka Blaufränkisch) is a hugely popular varietal in Hungary, producing deep, rich wines with smooth tannins and a slightly spicy, blueberry and black pepper flavour.