The vine gardens of the Etyek-Buda Wine Region can be found from the foothills of Buda, over the slopes of Etyek and the hills of Velence. The surrounding area of Budajenő and Tök gives home to the vineyards of Nyakas Winery.
Wine growing starts already at the plantations, initially with the clipping and branch cutting. As vegetation passes by then succeeds the selection of the fresh shoots and the final selection of the green clusters of grapes.
Yield limit is used in order to grow an outstanding quality, which means 10 to 12 buds, 8-10 selected shoots and after the rarefaction it yields 6-8 clusters of grapes per stock.
Naturally the soil and weather conditions also determine the final quality.
Hourly average sunshine ranges from 1930-2100, whereas the average mid temperature is 9 degrees. Yearly average volume of residua 576-590 mm.
Soil in the vineyards: eutrophic brown forest soil on yellow soil which lies on limestone base. Perfect place for fresh, lively and intensive white wines.