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Tasting room temporarily closed
Dear Turul Visitors!
We love nothing more than to welcome our guests and share our passion for wine, but due to the ongoing and evolving health situation, we are following the guidance of California State health officials, and our tasting rooms and lounges will be closed to the public until further notice. Thank you for your understanding and continued loyalty and friendship. We wish everyone health and safety and look forward to enjoying a glass together again very soon.
Turul Family and Management
What we are proud of
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The family-owned Turul Winery spans over 555 acres of vineyards, most of them organically certified, in the Yountville and Oakville appellations.
The business was started in 1931 by the Hungarian immigrant Laszlo Turul. For both his heirs and the current employees of the company, wine making is a labor of love. They are living the old addage “when you choose a job you love, you will never have to work a day in your life.” Turul Winery has always been a niche player specializing in a unique California variation of the famous Hungarian Tokaj, a sweet dessert wine, once called Turul after the family surname. It is now distributed under the name Quintessential.
What we believe in
The Turul family has been farming the same vineyards for three generations, a point of pride for us and the reason I take stewardship of the land so seriously. We constantly keep in mind that we’ve got to do the right things for future generations.
The primary goal of Turul Winery is to offer the highest-quality products and service to our visitors and customers.
Turul Winery is committed to sustainability and continues to innovate in protecting the environment while producing our wines. Turul was among the first wineries to formally adopt a natural farming approach, growing grapes without the use of chemicals in most of its vineyards. To reduce fungus and mildew, the Winery uses selective leaf and shoot removal. Cover crops like oats, mustard, peas, and vetch are planted between rows to naturally inhibit soil erosion, reduce dust, restore nutrients, and encourage microbiological activity. Even grape skins and stems are composted after harvest and added back to the soil, replenishing nitrogen and potassium and increasing microbiological activity. The Winery is joining the larger environmentally-friendly community, and is currently applying for admission to the elite California Certified Organic Farmers organization.
Everyone on our team believes that good wine, together with good food, should be savored. Nutrition, balanced diet, and healthy ingredients for a healthy life are common topics of discussion, but less common is an appreciation for pure, delicious culinary art that satisfies both body and soul. For us, every glass of wine reflects the high standard set by the Turul ancestors. We aim not merely to encourage people to drink more wine, but rather to enrich all our guests’ and customers’ lives with supreme wines.
The roots of our tradition
- American Dream
- First piece of land
- First public tour
Although it is unknown exactly when the Turul family began their wine-making tradition in Tokaj-hegyalja, Hungary, we can be sure that the tradition dates back a long time. Historical records demonstrate that the vineyards had been established in the Tokaj region as early as the 12th century, and the Turul name was already mentioned in 16th-century documents describing the region’s vineyards.
However rich the history of a family and its winery may be, times change, and Turul’s traditions evolved with modern dreams of a new life. Laszlo (Leslie) Turul, who came from a long line of skilled winemakers, chose to break with tradition and move away from Hungary to the U.S. in the 1920s. Like so many, he was pursuing a new life and hoping to live the American Dream—but he couldn’t escape the family legacy of winemaking.
First piece of land
In 1936, Laszlo purchased his first small piece of land near Oakville, California, what is today the Old Ranch Vineyard. It resembled the Tokaj region both in climate and soil. Initially, one tiny 20 by 34-foot cellar was the only building on the plot. Then the operation began to expand: in 1950 the original cellar was renovated and a new 3,750 square-foot building was constructed nearby to support large-scale production of generic wines. By 1979, a new welcome center had been erected, and later in the1980s, production increased and doubled the size of the Turul portfolio.
First public tour
The first public tour was given at the Winery in 1984, an up-close, inside look at how grapes are grown, how the wine is crafted, and how to truly see, taste, and feel wine. A variety of Winery events have been happening ever since, and new construction and renovations are always designed in harmony with the Turul family’s vision of a year-round destination not only for wine connoisseurs, but for anyone who simply wants to enjoy themselves and make memories in this beautiful setting.Wax nail bong Tasting room temporarily closed Dear Turul Visitors! We love nothing more than to welcome our guests and share our passion for wine, but due to the ongoing and evolving health ]]>