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Sebestyén Winery

The Sebestyén Winery cultivates 12.5 hectares in Szekszárd, in the Iván-völgy, Görögszó, Nána, Szentgál Szőlőhegy, Bencze, Baranya-völgy, Decsi Szőlőhegy, Báta and Porkoláb-völgy vineyards, but on just a few hectares. Csaba Sebestyén is supported in his work by sister Csilla, a WSET diploma graduate, who also spent a few years abroad gaining sommelier experience. Their wines have become tighter, fruitier and with more refined use of oak. They produce about 80,000 bottles annually from Kékfrankos, Kadarka, Zweigelt, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon and Cserszegi Fűszeres. Their wines are rather aimed at the premium segment, and they give Kadarka, Kékfrankos and Bikavér a prominent role in their range. Wine region: Szekszárd Winemaker: Csaba Sebestyén Soil/rock: loess Estate size: 12.5 ha Main vineyards: Iván-völgy, Görögszó, Nánai, Szentgál Szőlőhegy, Bencze, Baranya-völgy, Decsi Szőlőhegy, Bátai, Porkoláb-völgy Main varieties:  Kékfrankos, Kadarka, Zweigelt, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon, Cserszegi Fűszeres Winemaking/technology: Whites and rosés are fermented in stainless steel tank to retain their fresh, fruity flavours and then bottled early. The reds are fermented in open vat, inoculated with cultured yeast, during which manual punchdowns are performed, and finally the wines are aged in oak following a short post-fermentation maceration. Malolactic fermentation occurs spontaneously. The wines are aged from 12-30 months. Annual production: 80,000 bottles

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