Fall in love with Lajver in Paris, then enjoy in Szekszárd
Wine Paris & Lajver Hütte Party
Come and taste Signum Bikavér, Incognito white Kékfrankos and the other amazing Lajver wines at Wine Paris (12–14 February), and then, if you are free on the 24th of February, why not saying goodbye to the winter in a relaxed, funny “hütte party” at the beautiful, state-of-the-art Lajver Wine Estate.
Lajver wines await you at Hungarianwines.eu booth!
Location: 5.2 A 217
In case you are a professional and you are interested to visit us, let us know, so that we can send you your ticket to the expo. Contact us here.
Farewell to the winter
Lajver Wine Estate holds an annual end-winter festivity, where guests enjoy the warmth of the “hütte” (a winter shed, usually a small bar in ski resorts) and the view of the picturesque winter scenery. This winter we have had some snow, if we are lucky, the last week of the winter will still be white.
The party itself is an afternoon gathering with mulled wine (hot wine with spices), good, hearty dishes and a DJ. Certainly, all the other Lajver wines will be available to enjoy.
– Tickets cost 3900 HUF / 10 EUR per person, and it includes a Lajver branded wine glass, a welcome drink.
– Buy your ticket here (in Hungarian, if you have problem, contact the team)
– Location: Lajver Wine Estate, Szálka, Szekszárd wine region, Hungary
– To get there: 1 hour 4 minutes from Budapest by car via M6
– Dishes offered:
- Pork loin soup with semolina dumplings and horse radish
- Bavarian sausage, potato salad with vinegar, sweet mustard
- Homemade sausage (stuffed and smoked) with mustard
- Spicy meatballs with pickles from ‘Bogyiszló’
- Grilled cheese with mixed salad and jam
- Cottage cheese dumplings with sweet sour cream
- Chocolate layers with forest fruit reduction, Signum red wine and whipped cream
Rooms with a view of the vineyard
The estate building of Lajver Wine House fits into the surrounding hills and grape terraces, seamlessly, the valley is spectacular, the tasting hall is an astonishing, spacious place and even the cellar visit offers modern beauty. The chef of the wine bistro is creative and passionate, the staff is friendly, the wines are impressive – and it is worth asking the young winemaker about the latest experiments. The rooms are furnished with the use of the most natural materials: glass, stone, wood, concrete, subtle textiles. There are only a few rooms, so it is ideal for couples or small groups.
– The best place for lovers of modern architecture.
– Where? Near Szekszárd (accessible only by car), surrounded by beautiful terraces of vines.
– Extras: amazing view of the rooms.
– Wines: a wide range of wines from the easy-drinking whites or rosés to the serious red wines, like Signum, the premium Bikavér of the estate.
– Don’t miss the “blanc de noir” wine of the estate, Incognito!