Producer Profile


The Turay family's winemaking heritage dates back to the 17th century, with their noble status granted by Emperor Leopold I in 1663. For twelve generations, the Turay family has been cultivating grapes, a tradition briefly halted by the upheavals of the 20th century in Hungary. The modern Turay Pince was established in 2002 with the acquisition of a small cellar and vineyard in the village of Baj, located in the Neszmély wine region. - Rooted


Where The Wines Come From


Hungary boasts a burgeoning natural wine scene that celebrates the country's rich viticultural heritage and commitment to sustainable practices. With a focus on minimal intervention and organic farming methods, Hungarian natural winemakers are producing wines that express the unique terroir of their vineyards. From the volcanic soils of the Badacsony region to the historic Tokaj wine region renowned for its sweet wines, Hungary offers a diverse array of terroirs and grape varieties. Embracing traditional winemaking techniques alongside innovative approaches, Hungarian natural wines often exhibit vibrant flavors, lively acidity, and a distinct sense of place. With a growing community of passionate producers dedicated to preserving the environment and crafting exceptional wines, Hungary continues to establish itself as a dynamic player in the global natural wine movemen