The winery was named after György Füleky, founder of the First Tokaj Wine Growers’ Society. The beautifully renovated and restored winery and the 18th-century Baroque Füleky mansion are located in the centre of Bodrogkeresztúr next to the late-Gothic church, the former school and priest’s residence.
The modern winery constructed from local stone and sympathetically to the historic environment won the Industrial Building of the Year 2011 award in the online poll of ArchDaily.com, the world’s most popular architecture website. This prestigious award has made the building’s asymmetric facade – a composition with the original medieval stone wall, the modern concrete surface and the softness of oak – internationally known.
The estate founded in 1998 today owns 25 hectares in the best vineyards in the Tokaj Wine Region.