Opening wine event at the nicest square in Budapest

Mikszáth Kálmán square is indeed one of the most popular in the Hungarian capital, no wonder Borjour event team has picked the location and has already organized several open air festivals here. Now Hungary is more or less open, people are hungry for events, so Borjour will hold its opening wine festival tomorrow (12 June) at Mikszáth square. 6 wineries will present their wines: Vesztergombi (Szekszárd), Pajzos (Tokaj), Csányi / Teleki (Villány), Jackfall (Villány), Fülöp (Neszmély) and Tűzkő Estate (Tolna wine region). This latter one will pour several light, refreshing summer wines: Tűzkő Banka Grüner Veltliner 2019, Tűzkő Riesling 2019, Tűzkő Banka Cabernet Franc Rosé 2019. This rosé is especially exciting, since there are not many varietal Cabernet Franc rosés available (read more about Banka Rosé here). Tűzkő will also present its more complex wines, like Tűzkő Chardonnay Barrique 2016, Tűzkő Talentum 2015 or Tűzkő Domb 2017. Tűzkő Domb is a multi-award winning blend made of 70% Cabernet Franc and 30% Merlot. “Deep colour, full bodied, matured wine rich in refined tannins. Thanks to the two varieties fruity and spicy notes meet, and the blend is made complex with some discrete barrel ageing and 10 months of bottle ageing. Refined, integrated tannins with the deep, warm character of Cabernet Franc and the velvety and chocolate character of Merlot.” So if you happen to stay in Hungary, or you are allowed to enter in Hungary without restrictions (citizens of Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany and Croatia), just walk to Mikszáth square on Friday afternoon (4 pm – 10.30 pm) and enjoy the wines. Entrance is free of charge, glass should be hired and wine samples are to be paid at the winery booths. (Social distance will be kept during the tastings.)

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