Type of wine: Dry, white

Grape varieties: 60% Furmint, 40% Hárslevelű

Alcohol: 12.42%

Acidity: 7.1 g/L

Residual sugar: 7.1 g/L

Terroir, vineyard: Erdőbénye village, Lőcse and Diókút vineyards

Training system: Cordon

Technology: Manuel harvest. The flagship dry blend of the estate with the two main tokaj varieties. Furmint fermented in barrel while Hárslevelű fermented in stainless steel tank. After blending maturation took place in 220 L “Szerednyei type” oak barrels from Zemplén mountain.

Quality level: Premium

Serving temperature: 10–12°C

Food pairing: Ideal pairing of roast chicken or pork plates

Retail price in the cellar: 5990 HUF / 15-16 euro

Story: The name of the wine, ‘Naparany’ means Gold of the Sun. The expression is taken from a renowned Hungarian poet, László Nagy. A poem written by him in the 70s was dedicated to senior doctor József Béres, founder of the winery. In the poem with the title ‘In the Footsteps of Late Fools’ ‘Gold of the Sun’ was used as a synonym of values forever – and it ‘rhymes’ with the colour of this wine as well. (Original title: Elhúllt bolondok nyomán)


Rich, matured, zesty wine with surprising freshness and vivaciousness compared to its age. It beautifully displays the potential of the blend of the two main Tokaj grape varieties, Furmint and Hárslevelű.

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