– From Hungary without secrets –
On 15 August winelovers will get on board again: another wine boat will cruise on the river in Budapest carrying 14 winemakers. Why again?
The recently renewed Castle Garden Bazaar is a magnificent building complex by the river Danube, on Buda side. This spring the Bazaar has been enriched with a meeting point for winelovers: Felix Kitchen&Bar, a place with a fine selection of Hungarian and foreign wines.
While most experts enjoy their well deserved summer holiday, Tom Stevenson and his team had gone through sparkling wines from 18 countries evaluating a record number of samples, in the southern English town of Kent. From Hungary only 5 wines were awarded, 4 of them are from Kreinbacher Estate, Somló.
Zenit is a crossing between Bouvier and Ezerjó grapes created in Pécs Research centre in Hungary by Ferenc Király in 1951, but it was officially recognized only in 1976.