Mátyás király Street
The cellar and wine house of the Grassalkoviches was built around 1760 in baroque style, it is a memorial in agrarian history.
This royal estate was important part of the royal palace because of the viticulture. Harvest balls took place here which were organised by the royal couple, Emperor Franz Joseph and Queen Sisi. The conservation of the building has completed in 2005.
The cellar system consists of two different parts. Under the northern part of the building you can find a 108 metre long baroque wine cellar covered by a stave dome. It is 5 metres wide and 3 metres high . Following this cellar there is a bigger hall under the northern part of the building. This hall is covered by a special baroque dome, like churches` dome. Measures of the hall: 40 metres long, 8 metres wide and 4,5 metres high . The cellar system's climate is favorable, constant at 14 ° C, providing an ideal temperature for royal wines.