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Lisicza Winery

The Lisicza Winery is in Helesfa, in the Pécs wine district of the Pannon wine region. The family business was founded in 1998, but the family was already involved in viticulture in the 1800s. It is currently run by the Lisicza brother, Sándor and István. Their label depicting a characteristic fox refers to their surname, as the word “lisica” means fox in Slavic languages. They cultivate a wide range of varieties, as well as classic international and traditional Hungarian varieties, they also grow the wine region’s specialty, Cirfandli. Their winery boasts state-of-the-art technology, and they only work with their own grapes, produced with radical yield restrictions. They produce both reductive and oak-aged white wines as well as barrique-aged Bordeaux varieties. Wine region: Pécs Winemaker: Sándor Lisicza Estate size: 14.5 ha Main varieties: Cirfandli, Cserszegi Fűszeres, Sauvignon Blanc, Zöldveltelini (Grüner Veltliner), Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Kékfrankos, Merlot Winemaking/technology: cutting-edge cellar technology, temperature-controlled stainless steel, reductive and oak-aged white wines, barrique-aged red wines Awards and recognitions: VinAgora International Wine Competition 2021 – Silver medal (Rosé 2020), Berény Wine Competition 2020 (Ében Cuvée 2016)

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