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Olívia – the enchanting blend

If you like aromatic grapes, you might have heard of Irsai Olivér, an indigenous Hungarian grape. In spite of the rumors, the name of the grape was not sold for money (by the breeder who was reported to be a gambler). The story is false, the breeder, Pál Kocsis gave…

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10 Best Hungarian Wines by Independent UK

“Take note of Hungary, a country that’s capable of becoming one of Europe’s most fruitful and rewarding wine areas“ – says John Clarke on Independent.co.uk. He draws attention to the fact, that Hungary is much more, than the producer of “Queen Victoria’s favourite tipple”, sweet Tokaji.

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Pannon Passport – a document to great wines

Pannon Wine Guild is an association uniting iconic family wineries of Hungary. The Guild had planned to have a workshop with 20 wines just at this weekend at VinCE Budapest Wine Show, but, like many other events, it was cancelled (it is postponed to 6–7 June). While wine lovers are…

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Frittmann’s goose leg with barrel aged Ezerjó

Winemakers have a special, refined taste, not only for wines, but as a consequence of their work, for meals, too. In Hungary November is dedicated to goose dishes to commemorate St Martin bishop. We have recommended several goose dinners, festivals, now we are sharing a recipe from a winemaker, István…

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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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