Daybreak 2012/2013:

Dry white wine.


The color is straw-yellow. The nose is opulent with tropical fruits: pineapple coconut. The mouth is rich dominated by remarkable acids and mineral aromas with bitter almond in the background. The aftertaste is long-lasting and salty. A terrior wine from Mád; recommended for adventurers.


Wine region: Tokaj-hegyalja, Mád, Hungary

Slope: Kis-hegyek

Yield of grapes per plant: 4 bunches

Bottles produced: 700 pcs.


Grape variety: Furmint

Acidity: 6,8 g/l

Residual sugar: 1,5 g/l

Extract: 22,4 g/l

Alcohol: 13,5 % vol.


Process of picking: By hand

Fermentation period: 2 week

Fermentation temperature: 17 oC

Fermentation container: Stainless steel tanks

Aging period: 8 months

Aging method: Middle- and small-sized oak barrels

Packaging: Glass corked bottles (0,75 l)


Dishes to drink with:


Perfect match with white meat dishes.

Recommended serving temperature:


Recommended serving temperature: slightly cooled (at 17 oC)