Back in 1748, József Koch settled down in Császártöltés as one of the thirteen founder of the village, and began to viticulture and wine making. The profession has passed from father to son for ten generations, and currently Csaba Koch runs the Koch Winery with its headquarter in Borota. The wine specialist, who is a member of the Hungarian Wine Academy, brings the best out of his plantations with undiminished enthusiasm, which is proved by a number of national and international awards. The winery farms on 140 hectares, produces 27 varieties of wine and sells 800.000 bottles a year. In 2014, the winery also received the award called “Winery of the Year”. Among their wide variety of wines, Cserszegi Fűszeres, Roses, Cabernet Sauvignon and Kadarka are outstanding. Csaba Koch now also has plantations in Villány – so when visiting the Koch Cellar, people can taste the famous red wines as well besides the great types of wines from the Great Plain.