Modern yet traditional, the state-of-the-art winery was designed by award-winning architect Dezső Ekler. Natural materials, organic forms and the unique use of natural light are infused with inspiration drawn from the traditional Tokaj cellars. This iconic building completed in 1995 draws visitors curious to experience one of the most spectacular investments in viticultural architecture in Central Europe.
Tailor-made for the vinification of Disznókő wines
Each of the three floors represents a stage in the winemaking. The grapes arrive at ground level from where they fall to the presses below by gravity to avoid unnecessary damage. The grape juice – the must – settles in tanks below before fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Then the wines are drawn down into the barrels in the subterranean cellars for ageing.