Sabar Wine House in Badacsony wine region is celebrating its 10th birthday this year. On the 28th September owner Gábor Ádám and his team welcomes fans to celebrate with a tempting menu, live music and of course their super delicious wines made on the volcanic soil of the region. A heart warming feature of the event is a photo exhibition made of exclusively sunset photos taken at Sabar terrace. So if are lucky enough to have been at Sabar Wine House personally, and happen to have a photo of Sabar hill taken at sunset, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject „sunset” or ’naplemente’ as it is in Hungarian. As for the birthday party, some tickets are still available. Participation fee is 11.500 HUF / person (34 euros) and it includes welcome Kékfrankos Rosé, second welcome Olaszrizling, local appetizers, pumpkin cream soup, grilled pork with smashed potato and home made cabbage pickles – all paired with wines like Leszner Single Estate Rhine Riesling. And what makes me, the wine writer longing to be there desperately is the dessert: redcurrant cake with a bottle fermented sparkling wine made of indigenous Kéknyelű! Sabar Brut Kéknyelű is made for this special occassion. The party begins at 6 pm and ends at 11 pm and until closing time all the wines are available for retasting!