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Varietals Produced by Château Pajzos View all
History of the grape: Muscat existed as far back as the Ancient Greeks. It spread throughout the world as empires gre...
Muscat Ottonel is perhaps the least valued of the Muscat family of highly aromatic varieties. Its wine is typically f...
History of the grape: Exact details of Furmint’s origins are a bit murky. It is known that Hungarian King Bela IV ord...
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Light and fresh with Roth and spice. Great for butternut squash Raman. Read More
We have all heard the sage words when it comes to food pairing: white ... ... sauce over pulled pork.Chateau Pajzos Dry Furmint 2009 (Tokaji, Hungary). Sourced from grapes grown in volcanic soil, this wine worked extremely well with flavors and spiciness of the barbecue—it was actually hard to tell whether notes were coming from wine or the ... Read More
Starting a new thread to help keep track of all this.So we're going to drink some wine, in NYC.I spent Saturday inventorying part of the cellar and picked up some nice bottles for sharing. I'm looking forward to diving into a nice chunck of wines so the more the merries here, to a point.So far it seems we haveMyselfGregTFoxallLet's so who else i... Read More
This is a fantastic wine historically consumed by the Russian Czars. With 11% alcohol and 16% residual sugar, this dessert wine is delightfully sweet, but wonderfully balanced. It is probably the best dessert wine I have ever had. Read More
Dessert wines rarely seem to get their due. The idea of finishing one’s ... ... 92ptsFind out more.1993 Chateau Pajzos Esszencia 4.5%Tokaji Essenzia is one of the world’s truly exceptional wines. The fact that this is labeled as Esszencia calls into question what exactly it is, but no matter what this is, it is delicious. It marries huge acid... Read More
Does any one like Tokaji Aszu? Oremus is one of my favourite, what's yours? Read More