Kadarka grape variety has a long history in Hungarian viticulture. It used to be the most significant red grape variety of Szekszárd wine region until the end of the 19th century. Although it is a red grape variety, wonderful white wines can also be produced from it, if the juice is separated from the skin shortly after crush. It was József Fritz, who made the first Kadarka White in 2001, and two years after the National Wine Institution in Hungary accepted it as an official registered white wine.
Kadarka Fehér is a fresh, light white wine, with a light yellow colour and intensively fruity aroma. Its smell reminds us of green apple. While tasting it, we can discover a wonderful acidity, which complements its fruitiness very well.