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Domaine Kiralyudvar Tokaji Furmint Sec 2013

Winemaker's Notes:

"Sourced from estate vineyards located in Tokaji’s heartland in the towns of Mád and Bodrogkeresztur. All are historically important grand cru sites including Henye, Percze, Becsek, and the great Lapis. Clay and rock of volcanic origin (various Rhyolite Tuffs). Farmed biodynamically, hand harvested. Introduced by the domaine in ’05, this innovative dry wine wonderously balances Furmint’s viscous intensity and bright acidity. Fruit is gently pressed. Wild yeasts spurs natural fermentation in 500 liter Hungarian oak barrels." Winery Tasting Notes

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External Reviews for Domaine Kiralyudvar Tokaji Furmint Sec

External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
06/30/2016

A classic late-harvest Furmint produced from shriveled berries untouched by botrytis from high atop our Lapis vineyard. A striking Tokaji bouquet of pink grapefruit and white flowers gives this wine a sense of place, which is further accented on the palate. Fresh and viscous, this wine exudes stone fruit wrapped around a tight mineral core. This is a smooth polished wine with a long and lingering finish. For a dynamic food and wine combination, pair this wine with butterfish or terrine. - Winery Grape Varietal: 95% Furmint, 5% Hárslevel?? Primary Vineyards: 100% Lapis Alcohol Content: 11.5% Residual Sugar: 60 g/l Total Acidity: 6.0 g/l Fermentation: 100% Hungarian oak



"Sourced from estate vineyards located in Tokaji’s heartland in the towns of Mád and Bodrogkeresztur. All are historically important grand cru sites including Henye, Percze, Becsek, and the great Lapis. Clay and rock of volcanic origin (various Rhyolite Tuffs). Farmed biodynamically, hand harvested. Introduced by the domaine in ’05, this innovative dry wine wonderously balances Furmint’s viscous intensity and bright acidity. Fruit is gently pressed. Wild yeasts spurs natural fermentation in 500 liter Hungarian oak barrels." Winery Tasting Notes

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