Réka Koncz, Óra (2022)

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Annamária Réka Koncz had her winemaking academic start with a degree in Horticultural Engineering in Hungary and then a Masters in Agriculture, specializing in microbiology and yeast evaluation in Denmark. After graduating, she spent years traveling and working across wineries in Slovenia, Italy, and France, when she realized it was her home in Hungary that she was meant to plant real roots. Upon her return, she immediately purchased 3 hectares of old vines in the northeast village of Barabás, which is technically a part of the Bükk region. Since her first release in 2016, she’s the only producer in this once highly regarded but since forgotten region of Hungary.

Region: Barabás
Grape: 70% Furmint, 30% Királyleányka
Vineyard Size: 3 hectares
Soil: volcanic
Average Age of Vines: 40-60 years
Farming: organic
Harvest: by hand
Winemaking: 5 day maceration in open casks, destemmed, spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel with indigenous yeasts
Aging: in stainless steel
Fining: none
Filtration: none