Spring Picnic with Teleki wines, Villány

Because everyone needs a „little buzz”

The last weekend of April will host the annual Villány „Wine Buzz”, a 4 day event in the southernmost wine region of Hungary. „Borzsongás” (a pun impossible to translate meaning „wine buzz”) programmes include free concerts, vineyard visits, gastronomic workshops, kids’ programmes, wine dinners and much more, therefore the event promises to be a perfect getaway for winelover families. Vineyard running and barbecue in Vylyan Vineyard and Winery,winery visit at Attila Gere Winery, Viktor Király concert in Bock Cellar and much more awaits visitors. In some cases you can simply visit the wineries and join the activities, but for some other programmes you need to book. You can find the whole programme here (in Hungarian). If google translator is not enough, do not hesitate to contact us!

Teleki Picnic – treasure hunting, blending and much more

Csányi Winery welcomes its guest with a two day programme within the event. On 29-30 April the garden of Csányi Winery will be one of the liveliest spots of Borzsongás, dedicated to Teleki wine family of the winery (named after the world famous rootstock breeder called Zsigmond Teleki).  Do you want to take a ride on a tractor in the vineyard to find the hidden gifts? Would you like to see thelongest cellar labyrinth of Villány? Do you fancy creating your own blend of wine with a special label? (You can take your brand new blend with you!) Most of the programmes are available at several times during the two days.

If you are interested, write to here: Zsuzsanna.Taska@csanyipinceszet.bonafarm.hu

Teleki wine dinner with László Romsics, CEO of Csányi Winery

The highlight of Teleki Picnic is definitely a unique wine dinner on 29 April, from 18.00 held by László Romsics, the CEO of the winery himself. The wines accompanying the courses are all from the museal cellar of the winery. Have you tasted Muscat from 1985? Now you can, right after the aperitif, with the starter (cold goose liver in its own fat with with garden vegetables, salad and home made stone oven bread) along with an Oportó (now called Portugieser) wine from 1989. With the chocolate and walnut dominated dessert you can taste two flagship wines of the winery from 2003, an excellent vintage (each cost 100 euros / bottle). The 4 course menu with 9 wines and a surprise gift costs only 13 900 HUF (45 euros).

But seats are limited, book as soon as possible: Andrea.Hendinger@csanyipinceszet.bonafarm.hu

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