The A’Capella Winery grows grapes on 1.5 acres in Ábrahámhegy. Their name says it all about their credo: A’Capella means without instruments - which - translated to wine - means that the family practices artisanal winemaking. They make white wines mostly, but their rosé has been winning gold and silver medals at the St. Nicholas Day National Rosé Competition since 2010. At the moment, they produce eight different types of wine of the grape varieties Pinot Blanc, Blaufränkisch, Welschriesling, and Riesling. The winery holds pre-booked wine tastings of 4-6 flights in the garden of the cellar in Ábrahámhegy from spring to autumn.