Fresh and flattering
The most popular aromatic grape variety in the country, crossed by winemaker Pál Kovács in 1930. According to legend, the grape breeder sold the right to name the grapes to his driver named Olivér Irsai due to card debt, but the story is not true, Kovács named the wine after the son of a venerable wine merchant because Irsai would not have had his own simple name. And indeed: Olivér Telsi Irsai seduces with an intense, grape-like aroma typical of the variety, and a fresh, slightly spicy taste. Great thirst quencher!