Dry white produced in Mád village, which is surrounded by vineyards known among the best growing areas of the Tokaji wine region.
This unoaked, lively white wine is produced from Furmint and Hárslevelű varietes, which are able to express perfectly the minerality of the terroir of Mád.
The refreshing acidity is driving the citrusy and stone fruity palate, with a touch of volcanic minerality in the finish.
A wine with long ageing potential. Great match of poultries, fish, and seafood.
Cold duck breast with green apple and cucumber
Thin slices of cold rose duck breast served with fresh, crisp salad and “soup” made of fresh cucumber and green apple, sprinkled with edible flowers to accompany the wine.
Roast trout with autumn vegetables and pomegranate
Skin-fried trout fillets served with butter-fried broccoli, cauliflower and carrot, creamy cauliflower with mascarpone, sauce made with the fish bone and carrots, pomegranate.