Péter works 2,5 ha in northeast Hungary, near the Austrian border, where he grows delicate Kékfrankos on 5 different historical high-value plots, where the soil is dominated by slate. Péter grew up in a winemaker family and studied the world of wine. The ideal wines for him have personality and identity, delicate with character influenced by their origin and heritage with traditional grape varieties which translate the sense of place. The vineyards are covered with natural flora and a minimum spraying with sulphur, nettle tea and copper. Minimal intervention is the philosophy, no tilling and trimming. All the vineyard plots are picked up and fermented separately and are bottled as single vineyard wine.
He works in a historical cellar which belonged for more than five generations to his family that has a perfect microbiological flora. Both his Kékfrankos and Pinot Noir spend a year in used Hungarian barrels before being bottled with no fining or filtration. His Kékfrankos has a nose of dark berries, dried plums, eucalyptus, earthy taste on the palate with red currants, acidity and tannin are balanced, very nice and long finish.