Another tender for troubled winemaker Integrált Borgazdaság, the legal successor of Egervin, based in one of Hungary's most important wine-growing regions, has been called after the previous one attracted no offers, business daily Napi Gazdaság reported.
The tender, which closes on March 1, is expected to draw interest, bailiff Zoltán Szűcs told the paper.
The company and its assets, including a cellar system that runs for more than 4 kilometers, is being offered for the same price as in the previous offer: HUF 948 million. Integrált Borgazdaság has been under liquidation since April 2009. The company has about HUF 2.2 billion in liabilities, including bank loans, back taxes and unpaid invoices.