Balaton summer locked into the bottle of Bujdosó wines!

 

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Recent update from the Bujdosó Vineyards and Winery.

The four seasons always hold a lot of hard work to be busy at the Vineyards! Naturally, also at all the regions of Hungary the Wineries in the month of January are not getting loose and not having too much time to rest. Same goes at the Bujdosó Vineyard, where the vines began intersection of environmental development and construction of the new wines at Balatonlelle – Southern Lake Balaton.

The Bujdosó Winery had lately become more popular. At the beginning of January, the year’s grape work started to have this year’s harvest to be effective. Started pruning the vines during the work, which was gain by the support in trimming machine which is faster than expected in progress.

Besides Balatonlelle Bujdosó plant, opened in early December, the new wine shop fitting also cordoned line, where they have placed a new central heating system which is based on a solid-fuel, automatic wood chip boiler Fed operations.This investment is the branch, where the cut vine, roots or fruit trees can be recycled well. By the end of January a ready-made insulated warehouse expand their premises. During springtime the project as planned will continue, with the bound to the production of hot water solar system together, in order to provide a more environmentally conscious operating conditions.

Keeping up with the tradition, earlier this year was born as Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot wines and the latest Bujdosó Buoy rose.

The second part of January the works will be starting of with bottling the 2014 white wines … the Knot – Sauvignon Blanc, the Captain – Irsai Oliver-  and Tower – Riesling.

Update by Aggie Reiter

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