One of Hungary's oldest wine producing regions is located north of Lake Balaton. Founded in 1993 by Mihály Figula, the 30-hectare orchards of the winery are located in the regions of Balatonfelvidék, Balatonfüred-Csopak, Balatonszőlős and Pécsely. The great-grandfather of the family, István Tolnay, was already one of the most respected winemakers in the region decades ago. Due to the diversity of the orchards, Figula successfully cultivates both local and international grapes, and in 2008 the late founder of the farm was awarded the Winemaker of the Year title already in 2000.
The average age of Figula's orchards is around 40-50 years, but the farm has also planted 7 hectares of newer orchards that head south towards Lake Balaton. The main variety of the orchards is Olaszrizling, but the farm also grows Pinot Gris, Muscat Lunel, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. White wines are the main part of the farm's production, but the orchards also grow international Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. The main idea of winemaking is to produce fresh and long-lasting wines, which at their best show the rest of the world how multidimensional Hungarian wines can be.
The farm's annual production is around 240,000 bottles.