The winery, founded in 1996 by Attila Juhász and his brother, celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2021. The family winery began as a tiny, roughly 1.5-hectare smallholding. The first big leap in the winery’s life was in 2002, when nearly 10 hectares of newly planted vines came into production, including some in outstanding vineyards such as Paptag, while a modern winery was built in the cellar on Kőlyuktető in Eger. 2010 was also a year of outstanding importance. This was when the Juhász Rosé was launched, bringing national popularity to the winery. In 2018, second generation Ádám Juhász took over the management of the winery and the winemaking. That same year, the winery’s new winemaking facility, featuring some of the most advanced technology in the country, was handed over. Today, the Juhász brothers’ wines are made from the fruit of nearly 350 hectares of vines. They are renowned for their high quality, pure fruit and unmistakeable varietal character. They have also won numerous medals in many Hungarian and international wine competitions.