A silver winner rosé from Antinori’s Hungarian estate – enjoy!

Crispy, fruity, refreshing and charming – this is Tűzkő Estate rosé from Tolna wine region, south of Hungary. The 2018 vintage rosé made of 100% Kékfrankos variety won silver medal at Le Mondial du Rosé wine competition, the annual rosé championship organized by Union des Oenologues de France. Hungary won 12 medals altogether at this year’s edition, 3 gold medals and 9 silver medals. The silver winning wine from Tűzkő Estate starts with fresh fruitiness on the nose, follows with nice acidity, balanced palate and perfect harmony. And the price is also lovely and fresh: only 4 euros ex cellar. The historic cellar and the modern winery of Tűzkő Estate belongs to Italian wine icon Marchese Antinori, and this rosé is another evidence of his and his team’s expertise. If you like the rosé, we recommend you to go on to taste the other Tűzkő wines as well. „The objective of Tűzkő Estate is to create the best possible wines of the diverse varieties given. They work to make layered, versatile, subtle wines. Special attention is dedicated to indigenous white and black varieties, the blend called Tűzkő Domb (Tűzkő Hill), the icon wine of the estate made in 2003 for the first time is a manifestation of this philosophy. This flagship wine of the estate has achieved several national and international acknowledgements proving its well deserved place in top gastronomy in Hungary and abroad.”Want a glass?

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