The pre-booking of the newest Kopar starts on 14th March and according to the winery’s plans lasts for 1 month. The 2016 vintage of this Bordaux style blend has fewer bottles so the pre-booking quantity is limited. Based on the experiences of the previous years the winelovers make a dart quickly on the wood boxes fill with Kopars. This year it is worth doing it even quicker, because now it is not sure that the offer lasts until the end of the pre-booking period. Kopar Cuvée was in many ways a pioneer on the Hungarian market: it was one of the first wines to come with an invented brand name and since then it has become so successful that for many winelovers this is the first name to occur when they think of Villány reds. The introduction of subscription modelled on the Bordeaux en primeur system was also a novelty in Hungary and it enabled winelovers to secure the desired quantity at a favourable price before the upcoming vintage actually hit the market. The first vintage was from 1997.