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25th Kadarka International Grand Prix

Kadarka is an indigenous black grape of the Carpathian Basin. It gives a light red, spicy and fruity, easly to drink wine, but in case of developed viticultural practices Kadarka can produce fuller bodied wine with ageing potential. Let us introduce you the winners of the 25th international Kadarka contest!

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Go to Budapest and go pink!

Rosalia Festival is a joyous outdoor wine event dedicated exclusively to rosé and sparkling wines – but the emphasis is on the crispy, fresh, pink delicacies. On 15–17 May around 70 wineries will present their new vintage rosé wines along with some older ones.

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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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Winemaker of the Year is announced!

The most prestigious title of Hungarian wine life is given out annually at the end of the year. The process of the election begins with the nomination period: influencers, wine writers are asked to name the winemaker of their choice and then members of Hungarian Wine Academy vote for one…

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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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Best European Winery: Aurum award for Koch Winery

CEUCO (European Oenogastronomic Brotherhoods Council) held its 2019 award ceremony during the 17th Congress of the trade association in Portugal. Awards are given in several categories, like Best European Hotel restaurant (El Principe, Italy) or Best Gastronomy Journalist (Paulo Salvador, Portugal).

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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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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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