A light creaminess leading to crisp acidity of apples, pear and apricot.
Near the village of Strekov in Slovakia, Zsolt Sütő cultivates 12 hectares of land by hand. The location near the terraces of Pohronska pahorkatina has ponds and marshland creating a very unique microclimate for the vineyards and the temperature is moderated by the Danube river. The top layer of soil consists of clay-loam, which lays above the marine sediments, sandstone and limestone veins. Deeper soil layers consist of yellow and blue-gray clay. Zsolt’s fermentations take place in open topped barrels with no sulfur and no intervention.