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Pure expression of an exceptional terroir in an exceptional vintage

"This single vineyard wine is extremely rare. It is made only when the Kapi Vineyard distinctively expresses its own personality and with only the most perfect Furmint aszú berries from this parcel. An extremely limited number of bottles in very few vintages (to date only 2011, 2005 & 1999 released)."

Experience perfection: “It’s a wine of almost electric purity.” Margaret Rand, in The World of Fine Wines (Dec. 2012)

Kapi Vineyard

Kapi is a single vineyard plot situated in the upper part (150 – 180 m above sea level) of the southern slopes of Disznókő. A unique terroir with a volcanic, lighter clay soil containing a lot of rhyolite gravels.  Kapi Vineyard is planted with Furmint, the noblest and most ancient Tokaj variety. Its special character: Furmint mirrors the terroir. The grapes ripen late and easily become aszú berries, retaining excellent acidity.

The Taste

Pale golden with greenish hints to deep amber depending on its age. Hints of honey, citrus, pear and lime flowers. The Disznókő Kapi Vineyard Tokaji Aszú 6 puttonyos radiates sunshine. Focused and pure, a perfectly balanced wine. It has fresh but ripe acidity with a clear mineral character. Extremely rare with its extraordinary purity of fruit, luscious depth and extended, crisp finish. A fascinating mix of power and elegance, fruit and minerality. Tantalizing.

Enjoy it

Taste the quintessence of Disznókő style. Explore what the heart of its terroir has to offer through the finest aszú berries. Experience uniqueness – sweetness with saltiness, finesse with fruit. Perceive tiny layers, minute details. A wine for connoisseurs!


To discover this finesse we recommend:

- you explore Kapi on its own,

- taste it with very pure accompaniments like fruits, a delicate sponge cake, a couple of almonds,

- or you savour it as the perfect end to a great dinner.


Serving advice

Ready to drink or to age for 20 years or more in your cellar.

Ideally enjoyed cool (11-13°). After opening, it retains its freshness for at least a few weeks in the fridge. 


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