Tállya is the geographical centre of Europe, and the winery is named after St Benedict, the European patron saint of wineries. The winery was founded in 2002 with the aim of creating a small artisan estate using strict vine yield control, gentle and meticulous work in the winery.
The winery managed by winemaker József Ádám aims to present honourably this world-famous wine region. They have 12.5 hectares in 7 vineyards, mainly Furmint with some small areas of Hárslevelű. Though, as the result of natural processses, the wines are very similar every year, the terroirs are still capable of demonstrating ever new characteristics each vintage.