|Region:||Hungary » Tokaj|
Beef bouillon nose. Oaky, earthy, mushroomy but still manages to have a bit of sweetness.
|Region:||Hungary » Neszmely|
Sweet hazelnuts on the nose with molasses and treacle. Beautiful golden caramel color. Intensely sweet, but with good acidity so it stays nicely balanced, and even fresh at times. Warm, rich caramel flavors, butterscotch and red apple notes. There's a ...
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Hilltop Neszmély on Snooth
Beef bouillon nose. Oaky, earthy, mushroomy but still manages to have a bit of sweetness. Read More
Raisins and worcester sauce. Some flowery elements but not too overpowering. Read More
Honeyed nose of molasses, pine nuts and hazelnuts. Very rich, thick and gloupy with excellent mouth feel. Sufficient acidity to feel balanced. Very nice. Read More
Thanks to our own Gregory Dal Piaz, last night's Snooth team dinner was an epic ... bottles of Tokaji: a 1993 Hilltop Neszmely (http://www.snooth.com/wine/hilltop-neszmely-tokaji-5-puttonoyus-1993/1999) and a 1999 from the Royal Tokaji Wine Company.All of our gratitude goes out to Greg, as always, for sharing his cellar, stories, and expertise Read More
I'm very glad, that you like it! This kind is one of nicest hungarian wine! Tokaji aszú is very traditional, brightening and tasteful, decent sweet wine!For Tokaji Aszú we says: "King's of wine, and wine of kings!"I like it! Read More
Sweet hazelnuts on the nose with molasses and treacle. Beautiful golden caramel color. Intensely sweet, but with good acidity so it stays nicely balanced, and even fresh at times. Warm, rich caramel flavors, butterscotch and red apple notes. There's a nice tartness in the mid palate and a real nutty flavor with diesel oils. Very nice. Read More
Ok Everybody....This week's podcast is up. We review Bodegas Santa Ana 2007 Torrontes Reserve. An Argentinian grape with a very German flavor. Get it from iTunes (East Coast Wine Geeks), Podcast Alley or directly from the website. This week's featured recipe is Tim's Famous Beans. http://www.eastcoastwinegeeks.com. Be the first to check it out!H... Read More
Actually quaffable for the low price. It was straightforward, with Kefrankos (Blaufrankisch in Austria) supplying much of the red cherry and spice flavors, and Merlot contributing body and softer textures. Not sure I would go out of my way for this one, as there are much better Hungarian red blends out there. Read More