🍷Offering 50 top quality Hungarian wines by the glass, and over 300 wines by the bottle in our cosy and lovely bar.
❣️New York Loft style wine bar, romantic atmosphere with Tokaj fairy lights.
🍱Premium, artisan cheese as well as ham&salami platters, mixed platters, homemade patés (including the world-famous goose liver paté), design finger foods, olives, nibbles.
🍾All of our wines are also available by the bottle in our bar for the street price + 2.000 Ft corkage.
🛒You can buy your favourite wine at our shop for the street price so that you can enjoy it at home.
✈️💝Safety first when it comes to flying home with your beloved wines: offering free inflatable bubble wrap for your wine bottles so you can take them home in your checked-in bag with no risk.
🏆We have a unique selection of Hungarian wines in stock from the following wineries:
2HA, Anonym, Árvay, Balla, Basilicus, Bock, Bott, Béres, Centurio, Cseri, Demetervin, Demeter, Dominium, Dúzsi, Etyeki Kúria, Erzsébet, Figula, Gallay, Gál, Gál Lajos, Gál Tibor, Gere, Gizella, Gróf Dégenfeld, Gyukli, Heimann, H-négyzet, Holdvölgy, Jackfall, Jekl, Juliet Victor, Kamocsay Ákos, Kardos, Karner, Kasnyik, Késa, Kiss Gábor, Konyári, Kovács Nimród, Kristinus, Kreinbacher, Kvaszinger, Lajver, Laposa, Légli, Luka, Malatinszky, Nádas, Németh János, Oremus, Páger Mátyás, Pajzos, Pannonhalmi Főapátság, Pálffy, Patricius, Pátzay, Pelle, Petrányi, Petrény, Pósta, Sabar, Sauska, Sebestyén, Simkó, Somlói Apátsági Pince, St. Andrea, St. Donát, Szászi, Szepsy, Szivek, Takler, Tiffán's, Tokaj-Hétszőlő, Tornai, Vabrik, Villa Tolnay, Vinatus, Vylyan, Weninger.
👑We also have a unique selection of the world-famous Tokaj dessert wines. Some of them are available exclusively at our shop, including collector's items. We can let you taste and savour some of them.
Tokaj aszú has always had a fan club that has included royalty, artists, and popes. The wine made its way to the capitals and palaces of Europe long before there were advertising campaigns and marketing slogans to spread the word. Tokaj’s most glorious period was between the 17th and 19th centuries, when the region’s wines were drunk by royalty and celebrities around the world. The wine was treated as a symbol of Hungary and was often used as a diplomatic tool. After receiving a shipment of Tokaj wine as a gift from Prince Rákóczi II, Louis XIV (knows as the Sun King) famously called it the “wine of kings, the king of wine.” Peter the Great is said to have ordered 600 barrels of it every year and subsequent tsars spent significant proportions of their court budgets on keeping their supply of Tokaj wine stocked. Pope Pius X was a great fan and gushed: “such wine is what is worthy of the Holy Father.” When Empress Maria Theresa sent Pope Benedict XIV a gift of Tokaj wine, he exclaimed: “Blessed be the soil that hath grown thee, blessed be the woman who sent thee, and blessed am I who drink thee.” Catherine the Great, Frederick II of Prussia, Napoleon III, Goethe, Schubert, Beethoven, and Ferenc Liszt all loved Tokaj wine. Emperor Franz Joseph sent Queen Victoria Tokaj aszú as a birthday gift every year. Voltaire praised his favorite wine by saying: “Tokaj brings vigor to the smallest fiber of my brain and revives the enchanting sparkle of wit and good humor.”
🍀Luckily, us ordinary people can also enjoy the golden sweet perfection today that is Tokaj aszú.