Malatinszky Kúria Wine Estate, a Charming Winery in Hungary
Malatinszky Kúria Winery has its origin in charming Villany-Siklos. The winery has vineyards located in DHC or Districtus Hungaricus Controllatus areas, Hungary’s appellation system, which are all regulated and show the region’s commitment to quality standards. The vineyards are spread across 30 hectares, enjoying the 360-degree view of elegant lands and serene fields.
The soils of Villany-Siklos are fertile, expressing a richness and fertility in the vines and wines of Malatinszky Kúria Wine Estate.
Luscious Wines at the Winery
Mr. Csaba Malatinszky, an experimental winemaker, rebuilt the winery in 1997. By 2009, he converted the whole estate into an organic winery, revealing the noble, family tradition. His winemaking philosophy is purely based on the complexity of the ecosystem he is living in. Over the years, he dedicated himself to luscious red wine production, along with delightful white and rosé wines. Today, Csaba, along with his winemaker son, has established his well-known base worldwide to produce top-class organic wines.
Grape Varieties and Their Geographic Locations
The geographic location of the three, approximately 10-hectare vineyard blocks at Malatinszky Kúria Wine Estate east to west are Kisharsány, Siklós, and Máriagyűd. Here, the winery grows a broad array of grapes; Cabernet Franc is the flagship variety. He cultivates high-end Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc, on the remaining parts of the viticulture land Rajnai Riesling and Muscat Ottonel. These vines are used to produce only organic wines, all under the finest DHC labels.