Hungarian origin white wine grape variety...
At the moment we only have the Bianca grape on our field, that is a Hungarian origin resistent white grape variety. The Bianca -earlier known as Egri Csillagok40 – had been propagated from hybid-crossing Eger 2 and Bouvier grapes by József Csizmazia and László Bereznai. It has been an officially authorized grape variety since 1982.

The grape, it’s juice and wine are equally flavoured, fruity, with pleasent acidity. Our vineyard is 30 years old and probably is one of the first large Bianca vineyards in the country.

Bianca is a particularly early ripening grape variety, can be harvested in mid-September with high sugar content (above 18Bx). It is exceptionally resistent to frost damage and rot. Withstands powdery mildew and peronospora.
Our wines
However we only have one grape variety, we produced 3 significantly different white wines


Reductive fermentation (from stainless steel tank)
white wine with fresh, fruity characters due to reductive technology.

Alcohol content: 12%.


Oxidative fermentation (from 6hl oak barrel)
a wine fermented and aged in large volume oak barrel, that carries reductive fruity and oxidative oak aromas alike.

Alcohol content: 11%.


Oxidative fermentation (from 225L oak barrel)
Oxidative fermentation and ageing in small volume oak barrel. Due to the effects of the small barrel fermentation, the main feature of this wine is the accentual aroma given by the oak barrel.

Alcohol content: 12%.

Ódányi Bianca Grape Juice
Our grape juice is bottled hot within 24 hours after the harvest.
The fresh must is purified with a coarse filter, so the juice contains high percent of dry components.

Besides producing 100% pure grape juice, we create 100% pure grape jucie mixed with elder juice, that consists of 95% must and 5% of organic elder juice.

The elder juice pleasantly flavoures the grape juice, furthermore it is very healthy beacuse the elder berry is rich in vital vitamins (C-, A-, E-, B1-, B2-, B3-vitamin), minerals, amino-acids, proteins and flavonoid compounds, anthocianins (latter makes the elder berries black), microelements (iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus) and volatile oils.

The recuperative force of elder berries resides in all of the active ingredients together, so it’s general immune function stimuleting effect and resistence boosting influence can be due to this.
Our products are organic.
What is the importance of this?
2% of the world’s agricultural area consists of vineyards, but this 2% takes the 50% of the chemicals used in plant-growing worldwide.

Only those products can be labeled as organic, that are from non-chemical grow, or are treated only with natural substances allowed in organic farming.

As Bianca is a grape variety resistant to rot, powdery mildew and peronospora as well, we completely set aside spraying.
Conventional versus Organic
Using chemicals or without it...
In the last century or so, the traditional grape varieties had been raised in the past centuries in Europe lost their resistancy against the insects and diseases dragged in from overseas. Long time ago, these varieties hadn’t have so many natural enemies, therefore they were easy to grow in the XIXth century without chemical usage. The circumstances have changed quickly and this is not possible any more.
A group of viticulturists proposed to develop vine grape varieties that are naturally resistent unlike the old grape varieties, which facilitates growing the plants without applying chemical intervention (as it had happened with the „traditional grape varieties” a century ago). Hungarian researchers were successful as early as from the 1960’s in developing resistent varieties, that establshed their advantage still existing against foreign viticulturists, can be measured in decades.
So in the first case the grape variety is traditional, meanwhile it is the growing method in the other. We, organic manufacturers regard the latter one as our goal. In the „traditional” grape growing the older, traditional grape varieties are raised using loads of chemicals.
Our estate
The estate was a lordship vineyard originally...
During the socialism it was the representative vineyard and vine cellar of State Farm of Hőgyész. After the regime change, the estate was the property of a foreign owned company. When this company was liquidated in 2013, we managed to buy the estate. By the end of the 2010’s unfortunately both the plantation and the building had become rather sleazy.

We have been working on reviving the estate ever since. Owing to that, we harvested and processed nice and healthy grape in 2014.


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Goszleth Marcell

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