Kiraly means “king”, a historic vineyard located at the foot of the highest volcanic mountain of Mád. Stony and clay soil produces mineral rich wines. Southeast facing rows.READ MORE
Over 40 years old vines with south row direction. Grapes mature the earliest within this territory. The white ‘riolittufa’ rocks in the soil result in spicy and complex wines.READ MORE
Our oldest plantation is grown within Bomboly, some Furmint vines over 100 years old, evident from the concentration and wide spectrum of notes. Southwest facing steep rows.READ MORE
Deemed as one the most prestigeous vineyards in Mád with red clay upper layer and a zeolite subsoil. It has a far reaching reputation for age-worthy wines.READ MORE
Rockiest area amongs all our vineyards with several soil layers, a mixture of red clay and riolittufa. Uragya produces highly bodied and complex wines.READ MORE
Over 35 years old Furmint and Harslevelu grapevines that are used for our sweet wines. Yields are highly botrized thanks to the properties of the red clay found here.READ MORE
The vineyard lies on 300 meters long steep hillside. Soil is a mixture of red clay and quartz. Grapes of different ages are planted here on several small parcels.READ MORE
Juliet Victor produces linear, mineral-driven dry Furmint wines which emphasize the volcanic terroir and express the individual qualities of each vineyard. Unique terroir qualities are fully expressed in our state-of-the-art facilities that are complemented by ageing in large Hungarian oak casks. These casks are lightly toasted, with the intention to enhance rather than mask the fruit.
Juliet Victor’s botrytised sweet wine blends, Aszu and Szamorodni are produced from a blend of each year’s exceptional plots. Every vintage is specially blended by our winemaker by finding the ideal proportion of Furmint, Harslevelu and Yellow Muscat grapes to express the signature Juliet Victor estate style. These world-renowned Tokaji specialties can be savoured young but will also age beatifully.
Why Juliet Victor
Thanks to a geographic position between the 30th and 50th North parallel and a rich traditon, Hungary continues to be one of the world’s most optimal wine growing countries. The Tokaji wine region, which shares a similar longitude as Burgundy, was first demarcated in a 1737 Royal Charter and proudly boasts the status of Protected Designation of Origin.
Juliet Victor’s exceptional grape wines and rich terroir support the title of being one of the most noble of wines. With its unique taste, color and complexity, Juliet Victor is the essence of Hungary’s authentic and most prestigious wines. Juliet Victor’s world of complexity showcases the perfect balance of history and modernity: historical terroir and high-technology production. Juliet Victor brings wine lovers elegant dry white wines, as well as truly exceptional sweet wines.