The local council of Eger, in the centre of one of Hungary's most important wine-growing regions, has called a tender for the sale of troubled winemaker Integrált Borgazdaság, the legal successor of Egervin.
The liquidator is offering the company's 35,000-square meter winery, together with machinery, tanks and barrels. The building, including a 13,000-square-meter cellar, has been priced at gross HUF 503 million and the equipment at HUF 445 million.
Some of the company's wines are being offered for sale as well: vintages between 1968 and 1988 can be had for as little HUF 3,750 per bottle, though with a minimum purchase of 500 bottles.
Offers may be submitted in the presence of a notary public on the morning of August 2. (MTI-Econews)