In truly exceptional years Royal Tokaji selects the finest berries from its classed
vineyards and carefully produces a few barrels of single vineyard asz� wine. 2017 was such a year, just the eighth this century, showing exceptional richness, structure and backbone balanced by lively acidity - a truly volcanic vintage.
Royal Tokaji was founded in 1990 by well-known author Hugh Johnson and a small group of investors, including Ben Howkins, who were inspired after the fall of Communism to restore and preserve Hungary's precious wine legacy. Royal Tokaji's ensuing success can largely be contributed to its unique combination of first and second growth vineyards, including one of Hungary's two great first growths: Mezes Maly. The winery produces several exceptional wines, including three single-vineyard Aszu wines. Its Aszu wines are crafted using traditional gonci casks and aged in the winery's 13th-century underground cellars. Richness with vibrant acidity is the hallmark of all the Royal Tokaji wines.