Pannonhalma Abbey Winery

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Abbey of Pannonhalma

The winery of the Pannonhalma Abbey, which has more than a thousand years of tradition in the Pannonhalma wine-growing region, cultivates 50 hectares and produces 300,000 bottles a year, has been awarded Winery of the Year in 2010. The Abbey of Pannonhalma was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996 - the 1000th anniversary of its founding - which required that the winery's premises be moved underground.

A four-storey building, which takes advantage of the topographical conditions well into the landscape and was planned for the material flow through gravity, is used to process the grapevine or to age the wines. Here, tanks and tubs are used, which move both vertically and horizontally and tempered by an automatic system, while aging of the fermented red wines deep into the mountain inside reaching, wide-branched cellar are available, where individual white wines are matured in wooden barrels. In addition to the light, fruity Tricollis - consisting of the three traditional grape varieties of the wine region (Welschriesling, Riesling and Traminer), a full-bodied varietal Traminer and a reductive, acid-intensive Riesling and matured in a wooden barrel Sauvignon Blanc bottled.

The first representative of the rich white blends in 2006 was Hemina, who won the silver medal at the Monde Selection Bruxelles wine competition in 2011 and 2009, and the 2007 vintage also received a silver medal at the INTERNATIONAL WINE & SPIRIT COMPETITION 2009 and the title "Best in class "Received as an award for the best wine in the class. Also in 2006, the Merlot-Cabernet Franc cuvée Infusio was born, which is produced in small quantities and with its mature character, full-bodied fruitiness and velvety immediately became a favorite wine of the consumers. The winery of the Pannonhalma Abbey, which has more than a thousand years of tradition in the Pannonhalma wine-growing region, cultivates 50 hectares and produces 300,000 bottles a year, has been awarded Winery of the Year in 2010.

Pannonhalma

The Abbey of Pannonhalma was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996 - the 1000th anniversary of its founding - which required that the winery's premises be moved underground. A four-storey building, which takes advantage of the topographical conditions well into the landscape and was planned for the material flow through gravity, is used to process the grapevine or to age the wines. Here, tanks and tubs are used, which move both vertically and horizontally and tempered by an automatic system, while aging of the fermented red wines deep into the mountain inside reaching, wide-branched cellar are available, where individual white wines are matured in wooden barrels. In addition to the light, fruity Tricollis - consisting of the three traditional grape varieties of the wine region (Welschriesling, Riesling and Traminer), a full-bodied varietal Traminer and a reductive, acid-intensive Riesling and matured in a wooden barrel Sauvignon Blanc bottled.

The first representative of the rich white blends in 2006 was Hemina, who won the silver medal at the Monde Selection Bruxelles wine competition in 2011 and 2009, and the 2007 vintage also received a silver medal at the INTERNATIONAL WINE & SPIRIT COMPETITION 2009 and the title "Best in class "Received as an award for the best wine in the class. Also in 2006, the Merlot-Cabernet Franc cuvée Infusio was born, which is produced in small quantities and with its mature character, full-bodied fruitiness and velvety immediately became a favorite wine of the consumers.