Sparkling and effervescent wines
Bock Marcell Pezsgő 2015dry sparkling wine20194 990 Ft(0.75 l)Add to cart

Bock Marcell Pezsgő 2015

dry sparkling wine2019The product is sold out

4 990 Ft(0.75 l)

Unit price: 6 653 Ft/lThe product is sold out, our current sortiment can be found here.
Type: White wine with protected designation of originn (sparkling wine)
Bottle sizes: 0.75 l
Product line: methode traditionelle

Tasting notes

A methode traditionelle made from grapes from the Villány Wine Region and matured in the bottle using traditional methods whereby following disgorgement we closed the bottle without adding liquor de triage. Recommended drinking temperature 6⁰C.

Get to know our wines with us! Come to us for a wine tasting or meet us at a wine festival.

About the year

January was milder this year than in 2017, and while there was snow as well as sleet, the record cold was to come in March. Vines were among the latest plants (fruit trees) to flower, and so the frozen outset of the spring in early March (-14°C) only resulted in a lack of produce in the flatter vineyards. Temperatures of around 20°C were quick to follow the cold start, and so, despite the cold, spring was to start early. Temperatures of up to 30°C were not rare in April, and May was also a warm month. As a result, the vines began to develop a good week or two earlier than usual.

Summer also began hot, with values of around 30°C, and so the two-week advantage over the previous year continued. The slight drop in temperature in mid-June did nothing to retract the advantage, and so everyone began to prepare for an early August harvest. The year’s weather raised no problems as regards the year’s vintage, and pest control was also at its satisfactory level. The hot weather continued through August, frequently reaching 34°C. Although August was rather dry, the precipitation evened out at a monthly 60-80 mm, meaning that the grapes ripened early and that the harvest could begin on August 22.

2018 promises to be an exceptional year, the sugars forming satisfactorily as a result of the sunlight and heat and the wines being built upon healthy grapes.

Wine characteristics

Degree of dryness


Sugar content

3,7 g/l

Alcohol content


Titratable acidity

6.0 g/l

Sugar-free extract content

18.7 g/l

Viticultural data

Grape types and percentage