If there is indeed such a thing as Viennese sentiment then Hungarians can surely identify their own Badacsony sentiment by looking at the Szegedy House: art historians would point out the peasant Baroque character, lovers may admire the poetic romanticism, while winelovers would mention the Badacsony wines from the Ürmös Borozó, but that would by no means describe in full the region’s atmosphere.
The impressive house was Róza Szegedy’s dowry in her marriage with Sándor Kisfaludy in 1795. It became a so loved residence of the couple, that they lived a lively social life and Róza Szegedy’s vermouth got a national fame. The house hosts several exhibitions and presents the work of Sándor Kisfaludy.
8261 Badacsony, Kisfaludy Sándor street 17.