Despite this, Pécs is - as described by a winning competition slogan - "the city of Mediterranean impressions." At the end of summer city you can discover old fig trees in gardens and vineyards surrounded by rustic masonry on the hillside. The proportion of vines on the Mecsek is decreasing as houses climb up the hillside with the city's rapid development, but wine is still produced on Aranyhegy (hill) and in Makár, Donátus, Bálics, Patacs, Rigóder and the gardens of Meszes. Not without reason is Pécs referred to as the "City of Grapes and Wine." People who have lived in Pécs for several generations call themselves “tüke," which originates from the word “tőke", or vine-stock.