Swiss Matterhorn in Hungarian colours

The most famous mountain peak in the Alps, the Matterhorn, was illuminated with the colors of the Hungarian flag last week, on April 24th at 11 pm to express their solidarity with Hungary during the coronavirus epidemic. The mountain was illuminated with the Hungarian colors as part of a five-week long initiative between March 24, 2020-April 26, 2020, when the Swiss Zermatt Tourism Association projected various messages and country flags daily onto the most photographed peak in the Alps (Hungary Today) As a sign of respect for the Swiss attitude, we raise our glasses full of a wine made by a Swiss man (with a German wife living in Hungary) called Erhard Heumann. Kékfrankos (Blaufrankisch) Reserve 2015 was matured in Hungarian 500 L oak barrel for 22 months. Purple with violet rim. In the nose a hint of vanilla and sour cherries, some leather. Concentrated, elegant and complex wine with gorgeous fruit. Great body and fine tannins. Very long lasting.

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