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The city of Helsinki – Nordic palate
Hungarian medals at Helsinki International Beverage Competition

Babarczi Winery has won a silver medal, while Sabar Wine House has received a silver and a bronze medal at Helsinki International Beverage Competition. So what? – you might ask, three medals is not a big number. However, this strange wine competition awarded altogether 11 wines! Now these 3 Hungarian…

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Meet Zsuzsa Babarczi at the 3rd Hungarian Gettogether

Hungarianwines.eu will organize “the garden party of Hungarian wine” again, on 16 August. It is a lucky date – in Hungary events are allowed only after the 15th August. The venue is Patricius Winery, which happens to celebrate its 20th birthday this year. 300 invited winelovers and professionals gather to…

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An Canadian ex-lawyer’s wine guide to Hungary

Craig Heschuk had a “normal life” with a career in law, when – as he said – a “light bulb went off” and he turned to wine. He did it seriously, went to University of California Davis programme in Winemaking and Viticulture, and ever since that he has been working…

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Wine of the Week: Babarczi Merlot 2018

Pannonhalma is a magic place, the hill on top of the Archabbey (with a levander field, a restaurant, a winery and a tea house) is a must-visit spot within a short drive from Budapest. Babarczi Winery is a family run estate situated in Pannonhalma wine region, and long has been…

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1st February: Grand Tasting in Budapest

Hungarian wine enthusiasts are more than treated in February: as we reported earlier, Borjour Magnum, the largest indoor tasting will take place on 15th February with more than 220 wineries and masterclass by Master of Wine experts. Two weeks earlier, on 1st February another large scale wine event is held…

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Blaufränkisch jamboree in London

Wines of Hungary UK has announced its inaugural event ‘Blue of the Danube’, the largest UK tasting solely dedicated to the most important black grape of Central & Eastern Europe (CEE)– Blaufränkisch (or Kékfrankos as it is known in Hungary).

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EzerYO at the 2nd Hungarian Gettogether

Have you ever tasted Ezerjó? It is an indigenous Hungarian grape almost exclusively grown in Mór wine region, the second smallest wine region. It is hard to „tame” it because of its relatively high acidity, but in good hands it can give great wines.

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The ’lovechild’ of two obsessed restaurateurs

Gléda opened last year, but had been planned for 8 years before. The long preparation was rewarding: Gléda is a new favourite of many foodies in Hungary. The two owners are both men: Sándor Kerekes chef and János Deli restaurateur, therefore the word „lovechild” sounds a bit awkward (written by an article in Dining…

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