our story

We could start with talking about the history of viticulture going back in time till the ancient cultures. But that is what everybody can read in books.

Our story is more profane. It all began in London and with the world famous English kitchen that made me cook for myself and quite soon I ended up with friends gathering aound in my dinning room to taste my creations and the results of my culinary experiments. This was the moment when I started to immerse into the amazing and endless world of wines and today I’m a certified wine expert. This is how my hobby became my profession. So you know the woman in the story. But where is the man? Then the story has continued in Zürich where I met Andrea for the first time. The common interest, the similar attitude and the passion for gastronomy and wine brought the idea of working together. Wine tastings, wine courses, wine&dine, wine&canvas are the programs that we organise together and give our guest a memorable moments. In 2017 besides importing and selling wines we expanded our portfolio with olive oil and gourmet products and have more ideas for the near future: we are planning to step out of the virtual world and opening our first wine shop and bar in Zürich.

our wines and other products

The wineries that we are working with are small wineries in Hungary.

All of them produce their wines in small quantity, with high quality and according to the bio wine standards.

Tokaj Nobilis is already a certified bio wine producer.  Their wines are delicate and show the signs of the elegance of a woman. Which is not a great surprise as the enologist is a woman, Sarolta Bárdos.

The territory of the vineyards is around 4 hectares. The vine and yield management guarantees the quality of their wines.

Tokaj is one of the oldest wine region of the world, located in North East of Hungary. The warm sloping vineyards benefit from the southerly exposures, especially in the long dry autumns. The location combined with the early morning humidity generated by the rivers nearby encourages the development of the nobel rot which gives the special character of the sweet wines of Tokaj.

Important to highlight that Tokaj is not only about sweet wines. Beautiful dry and off-dry wines with or without botrytis (botrytis cinerea) are produced in this region. The style of the wines also varies from the fresh, fruity, easy-to-drink wines to the full-bodied, aged in oak wines, which have a great potential of aging in the bottle as well.

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