Entries by Tokaji Borlovagrend

Myrtus Pince

We founded our estate in Tarcal in 2008, the year we made our first wines. The estate is on the Kövesdi Cellar Row. We have two and a half hectares of vines in the vineyards of Vigyorgó, Lestár and Mestervölgy. We aim to make beautiful wines with good balance for lovers of Tokaji wine. Wine […]

Márton Birtok

The vineyards of Tállya have been regarded as outstanding terroir for centuries. Since 2014 Márton Estate has been cultivating superb lands in Tállya that were mentioned in records dating from the 1600s: Palánta, Sipos, Vároldal, Pipiske and Bárfai. These first-growth vineyards, each with different aspects, are linked to various great families who participated in founding […]

Pajzos Tokaj

  Pajzos was established in 1991 by 12 investors. The current owner, agricultural engineer Jean-Louis Laborde, was in the background of the winery until 1997. In 2000 M. Laborde secured a majority share and replanted the Pajzos vineyard, ensuring optimal grape production. Since then our Pajzos wines have found their place at dinner tables, in […]

Szepsy Winery

Szepsy Winery is owned and run by the family members. The family currently own 22 vineyards in 6 villages, most in historically well-recognised terroirs. Three wine types: Aszú, Szamorodni and dry Furmint wines. Strict principles govern the production: high-lying, stony vineyards, old vines, small-bunch Furmint preferred, low yield per vine, achieved with several green harvests, […]


The Tokaj-Hétszőlő estate’s first-class vineyards lie on south-facing slopes near the town of Tokaj. The history of the 55-hectare Tokaj-Hétszőlő estate began in 1502

Szent Benedek Winery

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.


A small family business in Olaszliszka. Currently this dynamically developing winery owns six hectares Their first wines to be sold were made in 2011.


HOLDVÖLGY was born from a birthday present, a small vineyard parcel. The owner Pascal Demkó was became enthralled by the uniqueness of the Tokaj wine region and its hidden potential: today the estate has grown to 26 hectares and each parcel in is historically classified Crus.

Grand Tokaj

This winery that owns 70 hectares of vineyards is a key player in the wine region: it is responsible for some 40 % of the region’s total wine production. As the regional integrator it buys grapes from some 1100 hectares from around 1500 small-scale vine growers.