Mór is known for one indigenous variety, called Ezerjó, which makes a dry white wine with high acidity. Ezerjó is not well known elsewhere, mainly because its true character can only develop in the climate of the Mór valley. The mild winters followed by the sunny and breezy summers prevent the development of grape disease.
Ezerjó is the main variety, Tramini is also prominent and Chardonnay is also grown here.
Móri Ezerjó, Tramini, Chardonnay
Bognár and Bozóky
Getting there from Budapest
Mór is about an hour drive from Budapest. Take highway M7 to exit 60. Take route 62 towards Székesfehérvár, followed by route 81 to Mór. Buses leave from the Népliget bus terminal and the ride takes an hour and forty-five minutes.