Hungary’s most notable wine is Tokaji with 400 years of history and royal patronage. After the fall of Communism in 1989 the region experienced a surge of interest from both native and foreign... Read More
An amazing wine that is a benchmark for its class. Pure scents of dried apricot, citrus, jasmine and melon are coated with Asian spices, while the mouth is honeyed but nuanced, with flavors of... Read More
Wine Spectator Review Positively electric. The racy style of the vintage shows in this laserlike Tokaji. The searing acidity is matched by intense flavors of apricot, orange peel, juniper, ced... Read More
Royal Tokaji now owns 16 hectares of this long established vineyard. Situated to the south east of Mad, it produces lusciously refreshing wines that are always in demand.
Betsek’s black volca... Read More
St Tamas’s hallmark is one of voluptuous apricot and plum jam intermingled with tobacco and a touch of chocolate leading to a long and delicate finish.
Its 12 hectares face south, south west ... Read More