In the 16th century, Pinot Noir was the most common wine in Sopron. Back then it was the only Hungarian wine that was exported around the globe. This variety has demanded a lot of my attention. As a red wine which sometimes acts like a white wine, this variety makes it clear that this is a wine for special wine drinkers. After ten years of producing Pinot Noir I can say that I am starting to understand this grape. I destem it only partly and let it stay on the skins for a long time. A juicy, fruity wine, easy and chilled like a Jack Johnson song.