The Tornai family has been making wine on Somló Hill, the smallest wine region in Hungary since 1946. Once covering half a hectare, the estate is now spread out over 54 hectares, producing wine with cutting-edge technology, exclusively from white grapes. The most widespread varieties growing on Somló Hill are Welschriesling, Juhfark, Furmint, Hárslevelű and Gewürztraminer. Among others, these form the basis of Tornai wines, which make up three wine families, produced with both traditional and reductive technologies. Guests can enjoy the excellent Somló wines in the wine exhibition hall, suitable for the accommodation of 120 people, or on the wine terrace, which can sit 200. As an extra feature, a museum has also been set up near the winery to showcase all the details and tricks of winemaking.