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’Blues’ among TOP 14 Esatern European wines by The Independent

Kovács Nimród Monopole Blues Kékfrankos, 2015 John Clarke posted an article on www.independent.co.uk collecting 14 of the best wines from less known countries. As the winewriter points out, these countries are „having a moment”, Georgia, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Croatia and of course Hungary produces great wines, which are still overlooked.

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50 bottles of perfect harmony – KNW Grand Bleu

Icon wine from the highest Kékfrankos of Central Europe Nagy Eged mountain in Eger wine region is one of the most precious wine growing area of Hungary. As dr. Gábor Rohály wein akademiker stated: „Nagy Eged is a unique terroir, it cannot be compared to anything. When we talk about Burgundy, we do not…

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A „Magnum” wine tasting

  More than 200 Hungarian wineries on 17 February Borjour is a team of wine enthusiasts, who organize wine events in a „funky” way – they offer tastings in a river cruise ship, in a roundabout (really!) or in a tunnel deep under the ground. Their largest annual event is…

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Super 12 white and red wines

  The best Hungarian wines according to wine writers The Circle of Hungarian Wine Writers was founded in 2016, and it has 26 members. Apart from working on making wine media a better phenomenon, the Circle organizes an annual wine competition. The first contest was held in 2016, results can…

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How to make the most of a winery? Learn it in Hungary!

  10th International Wine Tourism Conference, 10–11 April International Wine Tourism Conference, Exhibition & Workshop (IWINETC) was founded in Barcelona, Spain, and is held in a different wine country every year, like Porto, Champagne or Sicily. 2018 event is to be held in Budapest, Hungary for the first time! “The…

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Amazing Kadarka from the highest vineyard of Hungary

  Gróf Buttler Kadarka Superior from Nagy-Eged mountain Hungary is not a mountainous country, thus our highest spots are not so high like for example in Switzerland or Argentina, but still there are some peaks we might talk about. Mátra wine region has some higher altitude vineyards, but Eger wine…

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