Pinot Noir Padi

Tokaj 2015

Beautiful translucent crimson with intense aromas of meadow flowers, wild strawberries, and red cherries. Opening further, the nose reveals layers of fine tea, graphite, and ripe plum. Generous and silky, the wine blends richness and delicacy on the palate and lead to a fruit-filled finish. Drink now or hold for a few years. 

Varietal composition: pinot noir
Recommended drinking temperature: 12 ℃
Alcohol content: 13 %
Bottle size: 0,75 l



Surrounded by a white riolite fence with quartz blocks the Padihegy vineyard was planted eight years ago. Due to the delicate quality and unique balance of soil, it has become the only vineyard in the Villany or any other wine region with this quality of wines. Padihegy has played a key role in the harvesting of sparkling wines, with new Chardonnay and Pinot Noir plantations developing in the future.




After hand-harvest and rigorous hand-sorting 28-35 days of total maceration to preserve the varietal's character. Controlled malolactic fermentation in stainless steel and small used French oak.

75% aged in used French oak for 15 months.



The Year

After a very hard winter and cold spring mid-April, bud-break was a relief. We got just enough (35-50 mm) rain to get the plants energized. End of May was beautiful with gradual warmup, an optimal temperature at blooming that resulted perfect binding. The temperature remained very high until mid-September with peaks of 39 °C. The heat did not bring any rain causing serious slow-down in the growing process. Grapes for dry wines remained healthy with slightly lower acidity than normal in Tokaj due to the August heat.


Type Wine
Acidity 5,9 g/l
Alcohol content 13 %
Varietal composition: pinot noir
pH 3,41
Bottle size 0,75 l
Beginning of harvest 2015-09-05
Bottling date 2017-07-19
Vinification in new French barrels
Ageing time 15 Month
Vineyards Padihegy


Beautiful translucent crimson.
Aromas of meadow flowers, wild strawberries, and red cherries.
The nose reveals layers of fine tea, graphite, and ripe plum.