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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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Hungarian wineries at ProWein 2020

The largest trade fair of the world expects 6900 exhibitors in Düsseldorf, Germany on 15–17 March. Climate change will be a top topic in tutored tastings, larger space will be dedicated to the popular „Same but different” section and „crossover projects” will get special attention like cannabis wine, beer wine…

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We reveal some of the 28th Budapest Borfesztivál

The annual wine festival at the Castle of Buda is a true festivity for winelovers, and also a tourist attraction since the UNESCO World Heritage site gives a stunning venue to the event, plus participants can enjoy Hungarian gastronomy, folk music and folk dance along with a huge selection of wines.

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Felix – a brand new wine sanctuary in Budapest

The recently renewed Castle Garden Bazaar is a magnificent building complex by the river Danube, on Buda side. This spring the Bazaar has been enriched with a meeting point for winelovers: Felix Kitchen&Bar, a place with a fine selection of Hungarian and foreign wines.

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5 amazing Hungarian wines by Andreas Larsson

The sommelier champion evaluated 23 wines As we reported earlier, Swedish born Andreas Larsson had decided to taste Hungarian wines this October. Andreas was awarded the Best Sommelier of the World in 2007, when he won the Sommelier World Championship.

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Berlin – little Hungary

Wine tasting on 17 and 19 November If you happen to stay in the capital of Germany this weekend, or you are lucky enough to live in one of the coolest cities of Europe, you will have the chance to immerse in Hungarian culture through our wines and much more…

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The Best Sommelier will taste Hungarian wines

Andreas Larsson and Dúzsi Kékfrankos 2011 The Swedish born Andreas Larsson awarded the Best Sommelier of the World in 2007, when he won the Sommelier World Championship. Then he lauched Blind Tasted, his own publication online, and since its start he has tasted 19 956 wines.

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Dúzsi Winery

Horticulture engineer, teacher, active consultant winemaker Tamás Dúzsi is a member of Wine Academy of Hungary, Pannon Winemaker Guild of Hungary (Magyar Bormíves Céh) and a former road-cyclist.

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