Located in the village of Tarcal, the modern Királyudvar estate is patterned after the original wine press house dating back to the late 16th century, which was authentically restored in 1999. The original “Királyudvar” (“King’s Court”), built by Antal Grassalkovich, was the centre of the Royal Estate. Királyudvar was brought back to life in 1997 by the American businessman Anthony Hwang. The idea for the investment came up while sitting with István Szepsy and tasting his fabulous 1993 6 puttonyos Aszú. Szepsy became co-founder and first winemaker of Királyudvar. Today, Királyudvar cultivates 45 hectares of fields divided among six primary vineyards - Lapis, Henye, Percze, Becsek, Danczka and Nyulászó.

>> Tokaji from this producer

Latest Arrival


A beautiful Essencia from the outstanding Danczka vineyard. Behind the beauty of this Essencia lies a powerful golden goddess, whose soul and magic is contained within the orange blossom honey nectar.
see more ...

Just Said ...

„Listen then, your grace; his majesty the King of Sweden -
I beg pardon, the Count Haga
I should have said - drinks nothing but tokay.” - „Well, am I so poor as to have no tokay in my cellar? If so, I must dismiss my butler.”
from „The Queen's Necklace”

Alexandre Dumas

Tokaji Dumas