The picturesque Valley of Mor runs between two mountains, the Vertes and the Bakony; this is the home of the Ezerjo. Though the Ezerjo is an old Hungarian variety, it has found its real home here, in the wine region of Mor. The new territory has made wonder to this vine variety, elsewhere rather average and hardly known, and has revealed its unknown characteristics. Recently other vine varieties giving wines of excellent quality have been introduced here.
Area: 890 hectares.
Climate: Favourable, though cooler than the average. Mild winter, a lot of air motion, which is unfavourable for diseases. The rays of the sun reach a big part of the vineyards all day long in summer.
Soil: On dolomite base-rock limestone-rubble mixed with loess and sand
Grape varieties, wines: Ezerjo - neutral fragrance, full body compensating the strong acidity, manful, hard, elegant, in good years containing not fermented sugar but that of dry character. Tramini - intensive fragrance and flavour and occasionally soft. Kiralyleanyka - fragrant, light and elegant. Chardonnay - fine fragrance, fiery and full-bodied.