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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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7 amazing Christmas gift for winelovers

For Christmas we want to give something special to our winelover friends, a unique wine selection, a hand made chocolate paired with wine or an unforgettable wine experience. Look at our list with 7 perfect wine gifts. Celebrate with the thousand flavours of Hungary!

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Baraka restaurant, a culinary adventure park

Summer dishes with summer wines The fusion restaurant in Budapest has been the home of fine dining since its opening in 2001, and from time to time it is worth mentioning the restaurant owned by the passionate couple, David and Leora Seboek, because there is always something in Baraka that foodies…

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Babarczi Riesling with Biarritz pheasant broth

Pheasant broth with chestnut ravioli, pheasant dumplings and vegetable pearls Biarritz is a restaurant in Budapest we love a lot. The place has a sense of timeless peace, the staff is familiar, the atmosphere is cosy, and it all must be thanked to the owners, Éva and Gyula Berkes. They have worked hard for…

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Celebrate the women!

The first and only wine exhibition with female winemakers 8 March, International Women’s Day is celebrated in many countries around the world. It is a day when women are recognized for their achievements without regard to divisions, whether national, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic or political. International Women’s Day first emerged…

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