The Sebestyén winery was established in 1998 in the Szekszárd region, one of Hungary’s best winemaking areas thanks to its ideal climate and boasting a history dating back to Roman times. The family-run winery produces high quality wines following the highest production standards, strict yield limitation and selection of only the best grapes. They combine ancient traditions with modern technology and knowledge of which grapes thrive in the local terroir to offer a selection of wines from both national and international varieties. Our connection to the estate dates to Csilla Sebestyen’s time as Sommelier for Scotland’s only 2 star Michelin restaurant, Andrew Fairlie.
Sebestyen Ivan-Volgyi Bikaver 2017
From the Ivan Valley in the fabulous red wine region of Szekszárd this is a bend of old vine indigenous grapes (60 year old Kadarka and 40 year old Kékfrankos) with some Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. A modern expression of the Bikavér or bull’s blood blend this has aged for two years in large format oak both new and used.