WINE TASTING

During the winter season (December-March) we can only accept guests by prior arrangement. We are open during the spring-summer-autumn months.

However advance registration is recommended.
email: szedmakpince@gmail.com
phone: +36309788717

The Classical Tokaj Tasting

We introduce a classic selection of Tokaj Valley wines.
Three samples (Furmint, Hárslevelű, Yellow Muscat): 2000 Ft/person
Five samples (Furmint, Hárslevelű, Yellow Muscat, Botrytis (noble rot) Wines, Zengő from Zemplén): 3000 Ft/person
Aszú also available on request: from 800 Ft/0.5 dl

The Tremendous Trio Tasting

We introduce three grape varieties (Furmint, Hárslevelű and Yellow Muscat) from across five vineyards.
Three samples: 2000 Ft/person
Five samples: 3000 Ft/person
Duration: 1 hour

The Szedmák Seven Selection

Here at Szedmák, seven is a magic number and we offer a chance for you to taste seven of our trademark wines from across two of our vineyards (the Deák and Sajgó vineyards) illustrated by anecdotes and photographs of how those luscious liquids came to be in your glass.
Grape varieties included: Furmint, Hárslevelű, Sárga muskotály, Kabar, Zéta, Zengő, Aszú
Price: 4000 Ft/person
Duration: 1.5 hours

The Yellow Muscat Selection

We absolutely adore the nectar like wine of the Sárga muskotály (Yellow muscat) so have decided to dedicate a whole tasting to this amazing variety of grape, and proudly present the selection of vintages from 2015, 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Price: 2000-2500 Ft/person depending on the number of samples
Duration: 1 hour

We are a family-friendly place, we can provide several outdoor activities for those
arriving with children (throwing competition, board games, bottle painting)
+ Those with well-bred dogs are also welcome 🙂
+ For our wine tastings we offer quality products from family manufacture in Tokaj-
Hegyalja.

VINEYARD TOURS

→ Kövesd Vineyard Day Tour

Above the Kövesd Cellars high on the slopes of the valley extends the Kövesd Vineyard from where a beautiful panoramic view opens of the surrounding glorious countryside.
Local stories from your guide and glasses of wine accompany the walk amongst the vines.

Price: 4000 Ft/person

For more info and to reserve a space please call +36 30 9788717

In addition to the wine tastings, we add homemade pretzels!
Homemade cheese plates can be ordered!
Homemade syrups and coffee are available at the Wine House.

→ Kövesd Vineyard Sunset Tour

I’m sure we’ve already mentioned how enchanted we are by the Kovesd Vineyard and its beauty, but the real magic happens when the sun goes down. Legend has it that Kopasz Hill was once inhabited by fairies. They suffered a lot of heartache due to the fire spitting hillside.

One day a fairy fell into the gaping fiery hole and his heartbroken love searched and searched for him. It was her tears that watered the land giving the grapes their nectar like sweetness and tinting its wine different shades of gold. They say fairies don’t exist any longer, but if you walk the vineyards in the shimmering lights of the sunset you will feel how real the legend is.

Price: 4000 Ft/person
For more info and to reserve a space please call +36 30 9788717

During the wine tasting, we will present illustrations with our own pictures about our
vineyards, grape varieties and, of course, the Tokaj foothills.

If you want to taste or buy wine, please let us know by email or phone. In winter we only accept guests by prior arrangement.
Our current opening hours for spring and summer can be found on our Facebook page.
We hope to see you soon!

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"Planning to visit the wineries in the Tokaj wine region of Hungary? We know just how difficult it is to put together a wine tasting trip to this area. Although it’s one of the most well-known wine regions in Hungary, there isn’t a lot of information available for those wishing to visit."

The Heart of the Kövesd Cellar Row

The Heart of the Kövesd Cellar Row

"Let us stop here for a second; it is my fault that I had the impression I knew the region like the back of my hand but I had to realize that it is only the tip of the iceberg I really know. I cannot be grateful enough for the Szedmák family for opening my eyes."