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Tokaj Wine Days03-05 June, 2022

Tokaj Wine DaysTokajFotó: József Erdős



Dear Visitors,


Please be advised that the events and programmes announced on the website will be held depending on the severity of the prevailing pandemic situation. As such, the information in the article serves information purposes only. The organisers reserve the right to cancel or postpone such events and programmes. Make sure to visit the events’ official website for the latest news.

Tokaj Wine Days

Last year, the coronavirus restrictions meant some big changes for the Tokaji Wine Days, but this year we are delighted to announce the event’s return to the newly renovated Kossuth Square for the summer launch programme on June the 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

The event will take place over the first weekend of the summer and is still free to attend, although tickets are available to buy for certain related events (please check information about these in advance). The beautifully renovated Kossuth Square will provide the central venue and will play host to the big stage, upon which the traditional ceremony of handing over the Mayors’ wine will take place on Saturday the 4th from 2pm. The weekend will feature great music throughout, with jazz concerts from Vivat Bacchus, Hegyalja Folk, the Coffee Break band, and more, as well as showcasing regional art groups and a fashion show featuring embroidered clothes.


The streets of the main square will be lined with vendors and craftsmen as part of the „gastronomic promenade”, with local wineries also awaiting those who are interested. Exhibiting wineries include: Ászok Wine House, Late Cellar, Royal Tokaji, Benkő Wine House, Paulay Wine House, Gróf Degenfeld Vineyard and Castle Hotel.


We are also delighted to announce a number of exciting official partnerships at this year’s Tokaji Wine Days, including the Tokaj Winemakers’ Table Company, who have signed up once more. These partnerships mean that, in addition to wine tastings and guided cellar and vineyard tours, a number of other related events will be taking place across partner venues. The Rákóczi Cellar, operated by Tokaj Hétszőlő, will be offering a musical wine tasting, with the Antalóczy Cellar, the Wooden Gate Cellar, the Óvár Winery, the Prés Wine Bar, and the Love Cellar also offering a variety of activities. More details will be released nearer the time, but visitors can be sure that the festival will offer an incredible range of both smaller and larger public events, all to be enjoyed within walking distance of the main square. And for those looking to formalise their walking, why not join the Tokaj Walk event? (More details at:


In addition to this, there will also be a special matinee performance at the Paulay Ede Theater on Sunday June 5th from 11 a.m., with the Nectar Theater performing their medieval fairytale, King Matthias’ Honey Wine.



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