Before vine-pest struck down, Ezerjó used to be the most widespread grape type along with Furmint that granted white wine. Today we can find considerable territories devoted to its cultivation only in the vineyards of Mór, Neszmély and Kunság. It is an old Hungaricum (Hungarian Specialty) and got its name from the grapes of Buda. Ezerjó is one of the progenitor of the grape types called Zeus, Zenit and Clanging (Zengő). Ezerjó has relatively early ripening, has a rich crop and slightly susceptible to freeze. The real diversity of the kind appears in its wide range of usage: in case the vintage makes it possible, due to its beautiful acids it can be a nice primary basis for champagnes. However, if we apply reductive technology or utilise traditional methods when being mellowed in a wooden barrel, Erezjó shall produce nice characteristics, too. In case of special vintages, Ezerjó is capable of shrivelling as well, making it possible to produce excellent and natural dessert wines. The wines made of Ezerjó – contrary to the trends fashionable today go against the popular scent-rich lines. They are far more reserved as far as scents and aromas are concerned. When it comes to citrus and green apple richness, it does lead the way: this type does not want to imitate, it intends to show the way to follow.