Barefoot in the Vineyard

III. HUNGARIANWINES GETTOGETHER

On 16 August 2020

A helyszín / The Location

A 2020. augusztus 16-i 3. Hungarian Gettogether helyszíne az éppen 20. születésnapját ünneplő, mesés panorámájú, tágas és hangulatos Patricius Borház, a Tokaji borvidék egyi legszebb pincészete. Budapestről buszos transzfert biztosítunk, illetve ajánlunk szálláslehetőségeket, amelyekre a rendezvény után taxival percek alatt eljuthatnak vendégeink. 
English
The 3nd Hungarian Gettogether on 16 August 2020 will take place at Patricius Winery, which happens to celebrate its 20th birthday this year. The estate is one of the jewels of Tokaj wine region with spacious halls and a huge terrace with fabulous view. Bus transfer from and to Budapest is provided for our guests, and accommodations are also recommended below, to which our guests can get after the event by taxi, within a few minutes.

A Rendezvény / The Event

Mit tesz különlegessé egy rendezvényt? A helyszín, a kóstolandó borok, a zene, de mindenek felett a résztvevők. A Hungarianwines Gettogether nagyszerű magyar borokról szól 15 kiállító pincészettel, korlátlan kóstolással és sok minden mással. Egy nap kapcsolatépítésre, tanulásra és arra, hogy pompás környezetben remekül érezzük magunkat 300 vendégünkkel. Minden meghívott továbbadhat egy meghívót, így ha Te még nem kaptál meghívót, az egyik meghívottól esetleg kaphatsz.
info@hungarianwines.eu

English

What makes an event special? The venue, the wines to be tasted, the music, but above all: the participants. Hungarianwines Gettogether is about great Hungarian wines with 15 wineries, unlimited tasting and much more. A day for networking, learning and having fun in stylish environment only for 300 invited guests. Each invited guest can invite someone else, so if you are not invited, you can still hope to get an invitation card from one of the invited guests.
info@hungarianwines.eu

A Program / The Programme

14.00–17.00    More or less silent, professional tasting of the exhibited wines   /
A kiállítók borainak viszonylag csendes, elmélyült kóstolása

17.00–21.00    Relaxed wine tasting of the exhibited wines with some background music.  /
A kiállítók borainak lazább, kötetlenebb kóstolása némi háttérzenével

17.30                  A little bit of poetry – community poem writing with the help of contemporary poets – under the influence of wine… / Egy kis költészet – közösségi versírás kortárs költőkkel – bor hatása alatt

18.00                  3rd Hungarian WebWineWriting Award ceremony   /
A 3. Hungarian WebWineWriting díjátadó ünnepsége

21.00–24.00    Afterparty with some music and Patricius wines (wines are to be purchased after 9 pm)  /
Afterparty zenével és Patricius-borokkal (este 9 után a borokat térítés ellenében lehet fogyasztani)

Szállások Tokajban / Accommodations in Tokaj

Busztranszfert Budapestről biztosítunk, de érdemes maradni pár napot, vagy legalább egy éjszakát a gyönyörű Tokaji borvidéken. Íme néhány szállástipp.
We provide bus transfer from and to Budapest, but it is also a good idea to stay in Tokaj wine region for a few days or at least for the night. Some recommended places to stay.

Kisfalucska vendégház

This guest house (literally translated ‘Little Village’) is located on the bank of the river Bodrog, in fabulous surroundings. Apartmans are available with 2 or 4 beds, a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom and toilet is provided with each room. Television, towel, bed linen, parking, wifi is included in the price. The guest house has a sauna as well.
8 minutes by car, 15 minutes on foot from Patricius winery.
Contact: kisfalucska@gmail.com

Nobilis Udvarház

This guest house has a unique advantage: it belongs to Tokaj Nobilis, one of the best artisan wineries of the region. The guest house has two buildings, one for 6, and the other is for 10 people, thus it is ideal for families or friends. The rooms are beautiful and spacious, kitchen and dining room is also provided. The owners prefer guests for longer stay – and it is worth staying longer.
12 minutes by car from Patricius winery.
Contact: bardos@tokajnobilis.hu

R40 Mád

The R40 guest house is located in the centre of Mád, which is continuously developing and is one of the most historic settlements of the historic Tokaj-Hegyalja wine region and World Heritage Site. A total renovation of the more than 200 year old building was completed in 2016 to create a friendly guest house with traditional ambiance and modern comforts and to make it ideal for families, couples, friends and small business gatherings alike.
12 minutes by car from Patricius winery.
Contact: info@r40.hu

Úrágya vendégház

This classic style guest house was built of stone in 1830 in a village situated in the picturesque Tokaj Hegyalja wine region, which is part of UNESCO World Heritage. The village itself – Mád – is the most dynamic place around the area. The quondam vinedresser house has been family owned since 1940 – and was previously a residential home but had been a winery in operation until recently, too. From 2013 to 2015 a complete recovery was executed and the house was largely restored. Both action was taken on the basis of the old original blueprints.
13 minutes by car from Patricius winery.
Contact: info@uragyavendeghaz.hu

Préselő Borház

Préselő guest house also belongs to a winery, and as their slogan says: Not only wine is offered at our place. Indeed, the 150 year old house keeps the traditional style, but is is equipped with all the modern facilities. Préselő is situated in the lovely village of Erdőbénye, also worth visiting.
13 minutes by car from Patricius Winery
Contact: foglalas@preselo.hu

Babits Vendégház

Babits is also a winery worth visiting, plus it has beautifully furnished, lovely rooms with everything a guest might need. The rooms are also provided with a terrace or balcony. The location is ideal: several place of interest in Tokaj wine region is within easy reach.
4 minutes by car, 28 minutes on foot from Patricius winery.
Contact: babits@babitspinceszet.hu

Guest exhibitors / Vendégkiállítók

Capital of Cava / Vino Castillo

The Spanish sparkling wine “cava” is made exactly like champagne, and long aged cavas are also available in the best quality. Corpinnat is a new brand from Penedés wine region with strict rules. At Capital of Cava booth visitors can taste superb quality cavas and corpinnat wines powered by Vino Castillo, the wine store with the largest selection of cavas and Spanish wines in Hungary.

A spanyolok pezsgője, azaz a cava úgy készül, mint a champagne, vagyis palackos erjesztésű. A corpinnat ugyancsak palackos erjesztésű spanyol pezsgő, de szigorúbb szabályok szerint készül és a legjobb termőhelyről származik. A Vino Castillo a legnagyobb kínálattal rendelkező spanyol borkereskedés, míg a Capital of Cava egy utazásszervező vállalkozás, amely a cava és corpinnat fővárosába szervez borutakat. A Capital of Cava / Vino Castillo kiállító asztalánál mesés, jéghideg cavákat és corpinnatokat kóstolhatnak a vendégek.

Wine Mosaic

Wine Mosaic is a non-for-profit organization that promotes and defends the use of local grape varieties in many parts of the wine world. Founded in 2013 by 3 French wine people, it aims at creating a global network of winemakers, influencers and wine drinkers that want to change their way of consumption. Did You know that 3/4 of the global wine volume is made of only 30 grape varieties, while more than a thousand of them exist ? Proud of its partnership with HungarianWine.eu, We will give you the opportunity to try some of our hidden treasures and rarieties from France and Italy!

A Wine Mosaic egy non-profit szervezet, amelynek célja a helyi szőlőfajták védelme és azok használatának népszerűsítése szerte a borvilágban. Három francia szakember alapította 2013-ban azzal a céllal, hogy egy működő kapcsolati hálót hozzanak létre a borászok, influencerek és borkedvelők között –, hogy közösen változtassanak a borfogyasztási szokásokon. Tutad, hogy a világ szőlőtermésének 3/4-ét 30 szőlőfajta teszi ki, miközben több mint 1000 létezik? Hálásak vagyunk a HungarianWines.eu-nak a partnerségért és örömmel kóstoltatunk néhány rejtett kincset és ritkaságot Franciaországból és Olaszországból.

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Food selling exhibitors / Ételt árusító kiállítóink

Kisfalucska Guest House

“Eszem, iszom, alszom – I eat, drink and sleep” is the slogan of Kisfalucska Guest House, which is situated in the village of Bodrogkisfalud. At Hungarian Gettogether they will offer different plates made of local ingredients: cheese platter, ‘pantry plate’ (cured local mangalitza ham, sausage with truffle, marinated local cheeses, baked pepper, fresh bread), casserole of mangalitza pork tenderloin with vegetables and Furmint wine) and summer ratatouille with grilled mangalitza sausage and fresh bread. Dessert will also be available.

“Eszem, iszom, alszom” – hangzik a bodrogkisfaludy Kisfalucska Udvarház szlogenje. A Hungarian Gettogetheren különféle helyi finomságokat árusítanak majd, Lesz Kisfalucska kamraízelítő (harangod-völgyi mangalica érlelt sonka, csemege és szarvasgombás mangalica kolbász, marinált és hegyvidéki zempléni sajtok, fonnyasztott kápia paprika, roppanós kornichon, friss cipófalatok), Kisfaludi furmintos mangalica-egytál (tartalmas egytálétel sertésszűzzel, zöldségekkel, friss zöldfűszerek és tokaji furmint társaságában) és nyári lecsó grillezett mangalica-kolbásszal, kovászos kenyérrel. Vegetáriánusoknak lesz sajttál, illetve a lecsós étel hús nélkül is kérhető és desszertet is kínálnak majd.

kisfalucska udvarház

Bolka Bonbon

In our tiny workshop we create unique, exclusive bonbons, chocolate and macarons, all from the best quality ingredients with the greatest care and attention. Creation is our passion and we develop our range of products obsessively. No wonder: every piece of our sweets is a „bite of heaven”.

Pici desszertműhelyünkben a legkiválóbb minőségű alapanyagok felhasználásával és legnagyobb odafigyeléssel különleges, egyedi bonbonokat, csokoládékat, macaronokat készítünk. Szenvedélyünk az alkotás, megszállottan fejlesztjük termékpalettánkat, melynek minden egyes darabja egy falatnyi mennyország.

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Participating wineries / A résztvevő pincészetek

The Guests / A vendégek

(Guests who confirmed or almost confirmed / Biztos vagy majdnem biztos vendégek)

Davide Bortone, wine writer, editor in chief, Winemag, Italy

Paul Demeulenaere, manager, Wine Mosaic, France

Ewa Hangel, wine and food merchant, Kociolek i Wino owner, Poland

Sergio Marzullo, wine and food merchant, Kociolek i Wino owner, Poland

Marco Barbieri + guest, wine blogger, Italy

Beáta Kozákné Kárász + guest, wine quiz winner, Hungary

Dr. Mónika Gyenes, wine merchant, Best of Hungary owner, UK

Éva Haiman, journalist, Hungary

Gábor Herczeg, Happy Hungarian Wine owner, Hungary

Csaba Sebestyén + guest, restaurant manager, Hungary

Gabriella Kemény, poet and influencer, Hungary

Zsolt Ferenczi + guest, wine merchant and tour organizer, Wineart owner, Slovakia

László Bánfalvi, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Tünde Pándi, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Edit Sinkó, journalist, Hungary

Csaba Maróthy, wine writer, Hungary

Krisztián Száraz + guest, SEO expert, wine writer(boraszat.hu) Hungary

Laurent Roux, wine connoisseur, France

Andrea Pető Dickinson, wine connoisseur, UK / Hungary

János Miskolci, bartender, Hotel Avalon, Hungary

Gergely Vanczág, sommelier, Hotel Avalon, Hungary

Ildikó Bauer, wine connoisseur, Slovakia

Gábor Bauer, wine connoisseur, Slovakia

Edit Szabó, wine writer, editor in chief, Borsmenta, Hungary

László Upor, director, Hungary

Dr. Ágnes Veszelszki + guest, university docens, leader of department, Corvinus, Hungary

Dr. József Kosárka, founder of Circle of Hungarian Winewriters, Hungary

Tamás Várhelyi + guest, wine tourism, Hungary

Norbert Izsák + guest, coach and wine writer, Hungary

Noémi Szuna, journalist, Hungary

Csilla Jánosi + guest, Wine a More owner, Hungary

Hajnalka Szabó + guest, wine blogger, Borkaller, Hungary

László Nyíri + guest, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Attila Kővári, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Attila Bognár, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Tímea Gellért, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Pál Jacsó, wine connoisseur and poet, Hungary

Béla Doszpod + guest, producer, Hungary

Dr. Mihály Konkoly + guest, wine writer, Hungary

Sebastian Giraldo + guest, wine writer, Hungary

Dr. Judit Fehér, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Szabolcs Ilyés, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Sándor Silye + guest, wine writer, Dekantáló blog owner, Hungary

Annamária Riedl, journalist, Hungary

Tamás Borbély, winemaker, Borbély Family Winery, Hungary

Virág Török + guest, Sauska, Hungary

Gábor Antal, wine expert, Borkultúra, Hungary

Erzsébet Farkas, export director, Grand Tokaj, Hungary

Sándor Kalán + guest, marketing manager, Grand Tokaj, Hungary

István Viniczai, producer, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Gábor Németh, wine connoisseur and collector, Hungary

Bernadett Krajnák, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Natália Szmodics + guest, marketing manager, Naturaqua, Hungary

Kata Háfra + guest, Bolka Bonbon owner, Hungary

Sándor Kis, chef, Miele, Hungary

Gergely Horváth-Töreki, actor, Hungary

Árpád Tomcsányi, photographer, Hungary

Zsuzsanna Gyimesi + guest, journalist, HVG, Hungary

Erika Németh, tasting coordinator, vinCE Magazine, Hungary

Zsolt Szeredi, wine merchant, Vino Castillo owner, Hungary

Tamás Jakab + guest, wine writer, Pécsi Borozó, Hungary

Nikoletta Magyar + guest, wine writer, Borfokoló, Hungary

Bernadette Lautner, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Tamás Antal Tóth, journalist, wine and cheese expert, Hungary

Krisztina Tóth-Kolár, manager, Kriszta Café, Hungary

Melinda Miskey, blogger, Gastrotherapy, Hungary

Adrienn Malina, blogger, Tokajgastro, Hungary

Péter Török + 3 guests, landmark architect, Hungary

Krisztina Palágyi, wine expert, Hungary

Martin Bukovics, editor-in-chief, Azonnali.hu, Hungary

Rebeka Bánszegi, photographer, Hungary

János Lakatos, photographer / cameraman, Hungary

Dr. Réka Fazekas, dentist, Hungary

Tamás Dobos, graphic & web designer, owner of Hungarianwines.eu, Hungary

Ágnes Németh, wine writer, editor in chief of Hungarianwines.eu, Hungary

Anna Horváth, translator, Hungary

Gergely Somogyi + guest, wine writer, Tokaj Today owner, Hungary

Endre Paranai + guest, owner–manager, Ficzak wine bar, Hungary

Réka Sallai + guest, owner–manager, Ficzak wine bar, Hungary

Bertalan Sztanev + guest, wine writer and Ministry of Agriculture, Hungary

Dr. Ádám Horváth + guest, owner, Úrágya Guest House, Hungary

Hanna Szegő + guest, journalist, Hungary

János Kardos-Horváth + guest, song writer, singer, musician, Hungary

Emma Bozsó, manager, St. Andrea Sky Bar, Hungary

Tímea Kókai Nagy, marketing expert, CineFest, Fonó Budai Zeneház, Hungary

Gábriel Nyulasi + guest, wine writer, Ihatóbb Magyarországért, Hungary

Pál Kovács + guest, wine writer, Debreceni Borozó, event organizer, Hungary

Lajos Fazekas + 3 guests, CEO, Hotel Lyceum and Hotel Aquaticum, Hungary

Ildikó Kántor, bartender, Hotel Avalon, Hungary

Gyula Keszthelyi + guest, owner, Gasztro Élményműhely, Hungary

Éva Mikó, commercial manager, Csányi Winery, Hungary

Helga Gál, wine expert, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary

Eszter Götz + guest, wine writer, VinCE Magazin, Hungary

Zsuzsa Toronyi, owner, Wines of Hungary UK, Hungary / United Kingdom

Peder Lehmann Larsen, wine writer, Denmark

Julia Scavo, sommelier champion, La Réserve de Beaulieu, France / Romania

Bruno Scavo, sommelier champion, France

Katalin Nork + guest, wine expert, Vino Castillo / Borigo, Hungary

Ági Erdős, wine blogger, owner, MissErdos.com, Hungary /United Kingdom

Evelin Somody, journalist TrendFM radio, Hungary

Dóra Polyák + guest, Bortársaság (wine merchant), Hungary

Sue Tolson, wine writer, WineSofa, managing director / Bor2BWine, Hungary / UK

Tamás Kőrös, The Institute of Art Curtural Exchange Japan Hungary Wine, Hungary

Hideko Papp, director, The Institute of Art Curtural Exchange Japan Hungary Wine, Japan / Hungary

Zoltán Szabó, winemaker, Szabó Zoltán Winery, Pécs, Hungary

Zoltán Horváth, winemaker, Planina Wine House, Pécs, Hungary

Barbara Orbán, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Szabolcs Szőke, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Imre Nagy, Móricz Kert (Móricz Garden), Hungary

Gábor Somlai, Móricz Kert (Móricz Garden), Hungary

Sylvia Magyar + 5 guests, Hungry Grape, Canada / Hungary

Gyula Sümeghy + guest, foreign education, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church

Tímea Makk, student, University of Veterinary Medicine , Hungary

Tímea Sutus Juhász, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Árpád Ferenc Kocsis, journalist, Bankár magazine, Hungary

Mária Crab, export manager, Vylyan Vineyard and Winery, Hungary

János Bodor, sommelier, Hungary

Attila Orsolyák, winemaker, Hungary

Szabolcs Újfalussy, wine expert, Hungary

Máté Bruckner + guest, politologist, Hungary

Gábor Gyarmati, wine connoisseur and collector, Hungary

Krisztina Csiba, wine social media marketing expert, Ripassa Ltd., Hungary

Anna Fehér + guest, marketing manager, Koch Winery, Hungary

Tímea Tóth + guest, brand manager, Lajver Wine Estate, Hungary

Rebeka Vida, winemaker, Lajver Wine Estate, Hungary

László Kozma, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Virág Bodor, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Jerzy Sztyler + partner, Winiarnia Lippóczy Pince, Poland

Kata Zsirai, winemaker, Zsirai Winery, Hungary

Petra Zsirai, marketing, Zsirai Winery, Hungary

Máté Csanaky, export, Zsirai Winery, Hungary

Zoltán Horváth, manager, Kamra wine store, Kecskemét, Hungary

Hajnalka Szabó, MBA, Füleky Tokaj, Hungary

László Ladomérszky, Tokaj Tourism, Hungary

Justyna Swiacka, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Kemal Arda Bayer, wine connoisseur, Hungary

Péter Farkas, commercial manager, Paulus Winery, Hungary

Valler Linda, Oremus Winery, Hungary

Zoltán Kertész + guest, owner, Carla Wine House, Hungary

Erika Rácz, winemaker, Sanzon Tokaj, Hungary

Zsuzsanna Babarczi, winemaker, Hungary

Katalin Tóth + 2 guests, owner, Tóth Ferenc Winery

Péter Molnár, estate manager, Patricius, Hungary

Ádám Geri, marketing manager, Patricius, Hungary

Bernadett Kovács, Kedvenc Kereskedőház winestore, Hungary

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