Martincsevics Cellar offers its delicious wines on the Pakod hill.
In the room of the family cellar, built in 1914, which can accommodate 40 people, we can see a presentation about the old wine region of Hungary and see the old tools used in viticulture. The cellar is part of the wine route and you can walk to the thatched, 3-division 200-year-old harrow cellar in about 50 meters. You can also walk to the highest point in the area, which offers great views of the Austrian Alps, Ság and Somló. On the boards at the wine trail you can learn about the history of viticulture and winemaking. The wine trail is part of the national hiking trail. The half-hectare area is mainly used to produce Italian Riesling.