Vesztergombi Bt. Vesztergombi Pince

Borkút utca 3., 7100 Szekszárd
Telephone +36 74 511846
Fax +36 74 512576

This company is co-exhibitor of
Dùzsi Tamas és Családja Kft. Temas Dzsi's and his Family's Winery

Hall map

ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 15): stand K61

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ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.28  Hungary
  •  Szekszárd

Our products

Product category: Szekszárd

Királylány (Princess) 2016

The Princess of Leanyvár. Light, mischievous and mysterious.
We have awoken our Princess in the five acre vineyard of Leányvár. The core of the wine is given by the white wine, Királylányka, veiled in 16% by the white Cserszegi Fűszeres wine.
Light floral and fruity aromas, flavours with a crisp acidity.
There is no leftover in the glass.

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Product category: Szekszárd


It is introduced as a new wine every year. The Pinot Noir is one of the rare ripe red wine grapes, which prepared as a fresh Rose is the perfect, crisp companion of the new wine festivities. As a sign of respect towards this species of grapes, we bottle the wine in the Pinot Noir’s traditional Burgundy bottle.
We recommend it with: fresh cheese, poultry, fish, or light pasta dishes.

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Product category: Szekszárd


Back in the days, my grandfather, his father and his grandfather and our ancestors even before them, drank Siller every day, when they felt a thirst for wine. The worthy red wine was resting in the cellar, while the siller quenched the master’s thirst.
Traditionally, the Siller is made of Kadarka grapes in the region of Szekszárd. Keeping up with this tradition, while also reflecting our own taste, we also prepare our Siller from Kadarka grapes.
Its colour is darker than the rosé’s and its flavour is more consistent. Its colour is of a marvellous ruby red that allures a sip while sparkling in the sunlight.
We recommend it for all occasions, in case you would like something more than a rosé.
Its consumption is recommended with: soft-ripened cheese (brie and camembert), it is also a pleasant companion to the Italian and Hungarian cuisine, next to meals with onion-tomato-pepper or a grill-party.

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About us

Company details

All the old cities with rich history have families that live, age and renew together with the place.

Our family is one of them. The life of the Vesztergombi family is closely and inseparably intertwined with Szekszárd.

The family coat of arms, which we use on our labels, comes from the early 1700s. This serves as evidence that our family has been cultivating grapes and making wine out of them for a long time.

Szekszárd's first vineyard judge was called György Vesztergombi. His title meant both high professional and social recognition at the time. It was an important office, as it is today. It was the first time that the demand for listing the owners of vineyards and making a record of the wine that was produced there occurred. Starting from that time, they have been keeping exact numbers and records about the wines of Szekszárd.

In addition, it is important to mention that the Vesztergombi family owned a classically large farmland. It dealt with almost every branch of the production chain, from cereal production to sawmill and vineyard cultivation. The latter has always played an important role as the peak of the activities and provided a framework to it all.

The previous regime did not support family farming and quality centric thinking. It did not make the family’s life easier that my grandfather Ferenc Vesztergombi Senior had served as crown officer in the Second World War and as such he was outcast and alienated in the system, being deprived of everything he had, which was forcedly given to the collective farm. The allowed and remaining vineyards of 800 fathoms per person were not only for personal consumption but had an important role in maintaining family traditions. Every autumn, harvest was perhaps the most important family event, where everyone expressed their gratefulness for the harvest in a good mood. We made red wine that had been aged in barrels for a long time, we made siller that was consumed daily and we made the traditional white wine. During these harvests the younger generation had unknowingly become an expert and a fan of the Szekszárd vineyard.

This is also how my father, Ferenc Vesztergombi turned to the winemaking profession. After graduating from college in Kecskemét as a winemaker, he cultivated his knowledge in other wine regions for a few years, then returned home and began winemaking at the only option that was available at the time - the State Farm.

By the time the change of the regime took place, a range of opportunities had opened up. With the help of the privatisation we got back 10 hectares of vineyard along with a wine cellar on Kadarka Street. Based on these he founded our family business in 1991.

1993 was an important year for us, since Ferenc Vesztergombi was selected as the "Winemaker of the Year". He was the third person honoured with this very prestigious award, which at that time was not only attributed according the winemaking professional arguments and the quality of the wines produced, but also based on the wine region and the work done in the winemaking community. At that time, the latter was perhaps more difficult, more challenging than actually improving the estate.

The city of Szekszárd also thought that his achievements should be appreciated. My father had received the “Közjóért” (For The Common Good) award and soon afterwards the title of Honorary Citizen of the City of Szekszárd.

Over the years, the vineyard has grown, just as I did. I naturally fit into the day-to-day operation as I graduated from my first college, which gave me a marketing degree in agricultural engineering. My first degree was followed by a professionally more important one. I became a student of Vineyards and Winemaking at the University of Horticulture (back then named: St. Stephen's University). In the meantime, I spent a harvesting season in Australia, which gave me an important experience and knowledge. Whenever I have the opportunity, I continue to be open in gaining international professional experience.

Today, together with my father and my mother Piroska, we are trying to carry out the tasks of managing the winery. The new generation is also trying and getting familiar with the ambience of the cellar and vineyards.

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