This vineyard used to belong to the municipality of Bártfa, hence the name. Previously it was known as Upper-Tökösmály as it is situated right above the Tökösmály vineyard. The plot was once in the hands of our family and recently we managed to buy it back. The rocky, rhyolite soil of this east-facing slope is hard to cultivate and replant. So far we have managed to replant 2000 graftings. Bártfai is dreaded by the vineyard workers however this steep and rocky plot produces great quality. The complete area under vine is 1 hectare (replantings included) and 80% of the stocks are Furmint, the rest Hárslevelű. The microclimate is definitely cool, Bártfai is always the last vineyard to be harvested.