Wineries in Hungary

Hungarian wineries are now producing wines that can rival the best of Bordeaux. The most successful wines are the classic varieties of cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc and merlot along with the world-famous dessert wines of Tokaj. With many award winning vintages we are so convinced of their quality that we decided to list the most prominent Hungarian wineries from Hungary's 22 wine regions. Check back often for more wineries coming soon. If you don't have time to visit the countryside, wine bars in Budapest are also a great option to sample some of the best vintages from around the country. For wine tours, wine bar tours and wine tastings check out Taste Hungary.

Hungarian Winery Guide

8 Hungarian wineries found

  1. House of Hungarian Wines - Buda Castle

    Wine region: Etyek-Buda
    Winery features: Offers cellar visit, Tasting room, Wine shop, Open for wine tasting
    House of Hungarian Wines - Buda Castle

    Wine enthusiasts and wine lovers will be happy to know that they can taste a wide selection of wine from all of Hungary's 22 wine regions in Budapest. The House of Hungarian Wines has over 500 bottles on display and for sale. Wine and pálinka tastings, cheese plates, snacks and cellar tours are all part of the experience on Castle Hill.

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  2. Takler Winery

    Wine region: Szekszárd
    Winery features: Accommodation, Offers cellar visit, Meeting space available, Tasting room, On a wine route, Wine shop, Open for wine tasting
    Takler Winery

    The Takler family settled in the Szekszárd region about 300 years ago and has been making wine ever since, maintaining the tradition handed down from father to son. The current winery, established in 1987, is run by the 'Takler Trio', Ferenc Takler and his two sons András and Ferenc. The winery’s portfolio consists of local and international varieties.

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  3. Bock Winery

    Wine region: Villány
    Winery features: Accommodation, Offers cellar visit, Winery is family friendly, Meeting space available, Tasting room, On a wine route, Wine shop, Open for wine tasting
    Bock Winery

    The Bock family’s ancestors have been making wine for nine generations in the Villány region where they settled in the 18th century. The winemaker for the Bock Winery, József Bock, started his professional career as a winemaker in 1991 and in 1994 he was honored as ‘Champion’ at the VinAgora International Wine Competition for his 1991 Bock Cuvée.

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  4. Légli Winery

    Wine region: Balatonboglár
    Winery features: Meeting space available, Tasting room, Wine shop, Open for wine tasting
    Légli Winery

    Ottó Légli’s winery on the southern shores of Lake Balaton produces the full spectrum of whites from refreshing, fruity lights to full bodied creamy wines. The winery grows grapes on 33 hectares of land spread out over the south Balaton’s most fertile slopes. Légli wines have developed an excellent reputation over the years and Ottó Légli was recently named the ‘2010 Winemaker of the year’.

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  5. Vylyan Winery

    Wine region: Villány
    Winery features: Offers cellar visit, Winery is family friendly, Meeting space available, Tasting room, On a wine route, Wine shop, Open for wine tasting
    Vylyan Winery

    The Vylyan Winery was established in 1992. The name Vylyan, inspired by a 15th century manuscript referring to Villány, was chosen out of commitment to the region and respect for traditions. Over the years the Vylyan winery has developed an excellent reputation. In 2008 it was named ‘Winery of the Year’ both in Hungary and at the same time in Denmark by a Danish wine magazine.

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  6. Garamvári Winery

    Wine region: Balatonboglár
    Winery features: Offers cellar visit, Meeting space available, On a wine route, Wine shop, Open for wine tasting
    Garamvári Winery

    The family owned and operated Garamvári Vineyard is located in Balatonlelle, on the southern shores of Lake Balaton. The winery produces a full spectrum of quality wines from light whites and rosés to sparkling wines and spicy reds. In 2006 Vencel Garamvári was named ’Winemaker of the Year’ and his winery was rewarded ’Winery of the Year’ by the Hungarian Wine Academy.

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  7. Vesztergombi Winery

    Wine region: Szekszárd
    Winery features: Accommodation, Offers cellar visit, Tasting room, On a wine route, Wine shop, Open for wine tasting, Winemaker available
    Vesztergombi Winery

    According to written documents found in the 18th century the Vesztergombi family has been growing grapes and making wine for hundreds of years. The vintner profession was handed down from father to son. Today, Ferenc Veszergombi and his son Csaba run the winery. Ferenc Vesztergombi has been in the profession since 1970 and in 1993 he was awarded the title of ‘Winemaker of the year’.

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  8. Wunderlich Winery

    Wine region: Villány
    Winery features: Offers cellar visit, Meeting space available, Tasting room, Wine club, On a wine route, Wine shop, Open for wine tasting
    Wunderlich Winery

    This modern, state-of-the-art winery mixes cutting edge technologies with traditional wine making techniques. The history of the winery begun in the early 90’s when Alajos Wunderlich, known as Uncle Lojzi to most people, made his first wine, a Kadarka Rosé. In 1993 it was selected as the best Kadarka at a national wine competition.

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