Experience the two-century old cellar of Taschner winery
The region of Sopron, which lies in the farthest west corner of Hungary beholds vineyards of great quality. The premium quality fruits yield by these vineyards are key to the rich wines made in this region. Kurt Taschner joined hands in this business as an economist for his father. He looked after the bottling and greeting guests in the two-century old cellar of the winery. After completion of his degree in viticulture and wine making, Kurt then started managing the winery.
Profit from a breath-taking view
As the vineyards grew, a larger cellar was needed and to meet the requirement in 2004 Taschner Winery was built which offers a breath-taking panorama of the city, the mountains and the Austrian Schneeberg, when the weather permits. The tradition of wine making has been passed from fathers to the sons and the next generation is already watching Kurt’s work to take over the estate in the future.
Experience authentic wines from Hungary
On the 29 hectares family vineyard, Kékfrankos, Zweigelt, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Irsai Oliver, Malvasia, Zenit and Chardonnay are cultivated. The vineyard has grown by 16 hectares since 2007. The vineyards touch the classic areas of Kolgberg, Langschilling, Dudles, Flower Valley, Spern Steiner, Ranisch, Gauer, Weidengrund and Guter Weidengrund. Those are the places from which the red, white, sparkling and rose Taschner wines come from.
Moving on to champagne, which started off as a mere hobby, is made labour intensively by using the traditional ways
The principle behind the wines too is the same, méthode traditionelle which translates to traditional methods.