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Jazz workshop with Viktor Tóth
3932 Erdőbénye, Kossuth út 50.
János Vázsonyi plays works by Telemann and improvisations on the saxophone
Outskirts of Erdőbénye. +36 47 336 005 Gonda Artisan Cheese 3932 Erdőbénye, Mátyás király u. 67. Tel/fax:06-47/336-005, 06-30-580-1557 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
3932 Erdőbénye, Kossuth u. Events Saturday 8th July 2017 10:00 Erdőbénye through the eyes of an architect. Walk with Gábor Erhardt – Registration required Sunday 9th July 2017 10:00 Erdőbénye through the eyes of an architect. Walk with Gábor Erhardt – Registration required
Mátyás király St. 49.
Artisan sheep and goat cheese from Erdőbénye.
Krisztián Ungváry – a historian – chose one of the most attractive buildings on the main street for the centre of his estate. You can taste excellent sweet wines, interesting drys and a special balsamic vinegar here.
A business journalist stepped beyond the perspective of an economist and creates truly artisan wines. “ruin wine bar”, childrens’ events, grassy garden
The winery is family inheritance and primarily a hobby for the Jakab family who made their first vintage in 2007. Closely linked to the landscape they love the untouched landscape.
Tradition, tradition, tradition – all the beauty of old school methods of wine making in one place. Strongly recommended for all modernist wine drinkers. And the cellar visit is also a special experience!
I love Erdőbénye for its natural and architectural heritage. The peaceful life here is a gift for us. The community involved in wine is great.
Organic, one of the newer wineries, but in a beautifully renovated mansion at the foot of the main street.
Large, modern – yet building on traditions under the Erdőbénye Lőcse dűlő (vineyard). The estate manager reveals during the cellar visit how modern technology helps the creation of good wine. Music, chocolate and more from morn till dawn.
Young cellar + old vines = distinctive wines. For their ambitious plans they have around 8 hectares of vines that were pruned according to the design of a talented young winemaker. Under the centre of the estate on the main road is a fabulous, two-storey cellar. It’s a great adventure tasting there!
Philosophers’ wine in the philosophers’ cellar. But there is nothing to fear, though they are the successors to Rousseau, they do not face visitors with philosophic work under the arbour. They make wines close to nature – accepting all the risks associated with being close to nature. Purity characterises all their wines. The extra attraction for families is the great kindergarten music