Törley Pezsgőpincészet KFT

Journey through the cellars and experience the 135 year old history from the origins when Jozsef Törley brought Champagne grapes to Hungary

About the winery
The Törley Exhibition and Visitors’ Centre is unique not only in its content but in its design as well. Entering the exhibition area, we find ourselves in a large sparkling wine cork from where we can walk into a bottle and then a Sparkling wine glass. This exceptional and innovative appearance makes the exhibition even more remarkable and unforgettable. The Törley Exhibition and Visitors Centre tells us a period of versatile, sometimes difficult but also successful 138-years. Through contemporary relics and records we can have an inside view of the birth and development of the Hungarian sparkling wine culture. During the visit, our guests' journey continues through the cellars, where they get to know all 4 types of procedures with we make our sparkling wines.

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Opening Hours
Monday: ClosedTuesday: ClosedWednesday: ClosedThursday: ClosedFriday: ClosedSaturday: ClosedSunday: Closed
Cellar door / shop
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Events / Weddings
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English, German
Children friendly
Grape varieties
Chardonnay, Grüner Veltliner, Irsai OlivérPinot Noir
History & Geography
Near Etyek, our founder Jozsef Törley found suitable vineyards, which had similar soil and climatic features to those of Champagne. He found the right spot for a processing plant in Budafok because it also had ideal limestone cellars with constant temperatures, the same as in Champagne. The experts who equipped the plant were French, just like the plant’s manager. József TÖRLEY was both a great businessman and a skilled professional. The plant’s output reached 2 million bottles by the 1910’s. An era in the plant’s history has ended in 1944, when the plant was hit in the bombings. After the war, and before it was nationalized by the state in 1950, the plant was inactive and in a vegetative state, employing only 4 people. Törley Sparkling Wine Cellar’s output peaked during the 1980’s, when the Hungarian sparkling wine acropolis produced about 30 million bottles a year. Besides the Soviet and East German markets, Törley exported its products to West Germany, Austria and the West.
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