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Pál Oroszy was regional High Court judge of Veszprém in the 1800s. The Balatonszőlős cellar – which according to the keystone was completed in 1799 – must have been an important part of his estate. Ever since the first vintage, Gellavilla wines have been fermented in this old cellar, completely spontaneously, with no intervention, and the winery’s layered, lengthily aged Olaszrizling carries the name of the former landowner. Three harvest dates, mainly from vines planted in 1972 and situated in front of the cellar, with a small percentage fermented with skin contact, pressed mainly from whole bunches, aged in new and used barrels. Good energy on the palate, the deeper flavours of fermentation on the skins, ripe fruit and black tea.
It was bottled without lees, after a slight filtering.
1,800 bottles made.