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Tokaj-Hétszőlő is named after the vineyard of the same name owned by the winery. The wines of the 55-hectare estate are mainly made from Furmint, Hárslevelű and Sárgamuskotály. The winery was founded in 1991 and is owned by Michel Reybier, who also owns Cos d’Estournel in Bordeaux. However, the winemaking and management is in Hungarian hands. Their emphasis is on late harvest and Aszú wines. The aszú berries for the latter are soaked in must. The Rákóczi Cellar in the centre of Tokaj, owned by the winery, is one of the oldest and most significant in the wine region. The estate has been run organically since 2014. Wine region: Tokaj Winemaker: Gergely Makay Soil/rock: loess, higher up dacite Estate size: 55 ha under cultivation Main vineyards: Hétszőlő, Nagyszőlő, Lencsés, Kis-Garai Main varieties:  Furmint, Hárslevelű, Sárgamuskotály, Kövérszőlő Winemaking/technology: organic cultivation since 2014; aszú berries are soaked in must. Awards and recognitions: Hungary’s Most Beautiful Wine Estate 2012, Bor és Piac

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