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Bock Cellar in Villány protects our environment in several ways: they have an electric car charger in the car park, recycle as much as they can, and they also use the side products of winemaking: Bock manufactures grape seed products. Tablets, ground grape seed, natural or flavoured grape seed oils,…
16 November is the date of the annual Whatdoyoudrink? festival in Budapest, the only full day tasting dedicated exclusively to organic, biodynamic and natural wines. The venue is ’Bálna’ (literally ’whale’), a whale shaped, state-of-art building covered with glass.
Not only the pronunciation of ’Bogyólé’ resembles Beaujolais, but the vinificiation method is similar, too. Just like the French wine for fresh consumption, this refreshing, fruity wine by Vylyan is also made with carbonic maceration, when the fermentation takes place within the berries.
Award-winning wine communicators Charine Tan and Matthew Horkey, of Exotic Wine Travel, announce their fourth wine book Discover Hungarian Wine: A Visitor-Friendly Guide, available for pre-order on Kickstarter. This visitor friendly wine travel guidebook book aims to help independent travelers and wine lovers of all levels of expertise to experience…