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Tokaji Aszu 6 Puttonyos. Chateau Pajzos 2013

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A rich white, offering lychee, peach and spice flavors, backed by vivid acidity. A good apéritif, with cleansing acidity. Drink now.

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External Reviews for Tokaji Aszu 6 Puttonyos. Chateau Pajzos

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Vintage: 2012 03/16/2015

A rich white, offering lychee, peach and spice flavors, backed by vivid acidity. A good apéritif, with cleansing acidity. Drink now.


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Vintage: 2012 03/16/2015

A dry Tokaji with fresh acidity and bright white fruit flavors: lychee, pear, peach and apple notes. Is your palate feeling muddled or dirty? It’s Tokaji, reach for a bottle of this great palate cleanser. It’s excellent between courses of a meal.


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Vintage: 2008 05/18/2011

Furmint is so famous for being the principle grape in Hungary's signature dessert wine Tokaji, that many times people forget that it can make magnificent dry white wines as well. The Pajzos Antaloczy (don't worry about pronouncing that - just ask for "that dry Furmint") is bracing with stony minerality and racy acidity, but underneath the peach and green apple notes make a subtle appearance. Perfect for shellfish (especially oysters), or white fish such as halibut, this wine makes an excellent alternative to your favorite dry Riesling or Gewürztraminer.


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Vintage: 2008 05/18/2011

Round, yet with a crisp underlying acidity framing flavors of apple, melon and citrus. There's a salty minerally finish. Drink now.


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Vintage: 2008 02/04/2011

This dry, flavorful wine is made from the Furmint grape by the producer of the legendary Tokaji dessert wine, Esszencia. Made from hand-harvested fruit that’s slowly fermented in stainless steel tanks this white is abundant with pear skin and dried pear aromatics. It’s vibrant on the palate, concentrating the aromas and flavors making a versatile pairing with seafood, cheeses, and white meat.


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Vintage: 1993 07/02/2008

The world\'s best dessert wine? Arguable, but possible.



<p>This wine is made from the free running juice of Aszu grapes&mdash;an entire hectare of these grapes produces only 100ml, making this an extremely rare wine.</p>

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