Everybody has heard of the famous Tokaj sweet wines. Thanks to the distinct character of the grape varieties, Tokaj sweet wines are full of aromas and flavour, and the extreme sugar content is miraculously balanced by the acids. However not only Tokaj can boast with stunning sweet wines. Late harvest wines and even ice wines are produced in many other wine regions of Hungary. Enjoy these wonders!
TOKAJI KATIKA CUVÉE 2013
Bright golden colour. Full of honeyed dried fruits and acacia flower. The significant, but not exaggareted acidity gives structure to the wine. With the residual sugar the wine is round, creamy. On the palate it has flavours reminiscent of roasted nuts, dried apricot and biscuit.
TOKAJI FORDÍTÁS 2008
A wine speciality made of the second maceration af the aszú berries. It has the structure and character of a 4 ‘puttonyos’ Tokaji Aszú. However it is lighter then an Aszú. Besides the fruitiness it has firm acidity in perfect balance with the residual sugar.
TOKAJI ASZÚ 5 PUTTONYOS 2006
Golden, young Aszú with a supremely refined inner world. Citrus and meadow flowers abound in the nose. The wine lover senses caramel, citrus and dried fruits, and white horehound on the palate with the discreet appearance of buttery, almond notes of barrel ageing. The typical minerality of Tokaji wine brings a slight saltiness to this drinkable wine thanks to its delightful acids. Elegant this promises to be a great wine with serious ageing potential.
'KATINKA' PATRICIUS TOKAJI NOBLE LATE HARVEST 2013
A reference point among the late harvest wines of the Tokaj Wine Region. Selected bunches containing healthy, over-ripened and partly botrytized berries which were picked during the late – autumn harvest. The characteristic varietal notes of Furmint and Yellow Muscat form the foundation of this wine, braced by minerality and zippy acidity for great balance and topped off with an incredibly long finish and creaminess.