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Zsuzsanna Géró from Julier Victor is introducing Király Furmint to the foreign wine writers
Furmint can cope with red meat!

We have had lunch at St Andrea Skybar in Budapest with Juliet Victor wines from Mád (Tokaj), and the food and wine pairings were so great that they should be taught at sommelier schools. 3 courses, 3 wines, infinite harmony.

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Top Hungarian wines 2019 announced!

The National Wine Competition is considered to be the most important national contest in Hungary, organized by the Board of National Wine Communities, the most important association of winemakers. The significance of the contest is clearly proved by the increase of entries: the number of entered samples has tripled from 2013 to 2019.

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Juliet Victor Double Gold at prestigious Sakura Award

International Women’s Day is coming closer, thus why not celebrating with a fabulous dessert wine, which was selected a double gold winner by exclusively women wine experts at Japanese Sakura wine contest! Sakura Women’s Wine Awards 2019 has received 4326 entries from 34 countries, and only 6% of the samples could…

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Wizz Air leader’s wines released

Juliet Victor – brand new wines from Tokaj If Hungarian wine people meet these days, one topic will surely occur: Juliet Victor. The invitations for the opening ceremony of this brand new winery in Mád (the most important village of Tokaj) were sent in August, and the opening ceremony was held…

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Juliet Victor

The Crown of Tokaj „The crown of Tokaj – Juliet Victor’ mission is to create the world’s best Tokaj wines, to deepen further the unique skills of trade related to these wines and to redefine the image of Hungarian wines throughout the world. A journey beginning with the inspiring historic…

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Sweet Wines

Tokaji wines have been famous for a long time, which has resulted in their name being “adopted” by other wines: Historically Tokaji was a white wine from the region of Tokaj in the Kingdom of Hungary. Tokaji wine was mentioned as early as 1635 with reference to the sweet dessert…

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