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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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Nimród is there in trouble

In Hungary citizens are still allowed to go out, but with restrictions, and fear is a good ruler: people rather stay at home. Kovács Nimród Winery in Eger offers free delivery to locals and the villages around the city of Eger,

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Top 3 prestige red wines from Hungary

Hungarian print wine magazine called VinCE dedicated its August panel tasting to the top red wines of the country. As the editors put it into words, „they are looking for wines to keep until the most important occasions, eg. the wedding of our children.

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3 reasons to go to Eger this May

Eger wine region is famous for its white blend called Egri Csillag and the legendary red blend called Egri Bikavér (Eger Bull’s Blood). The wineries of the wine region offer plenty of events, but there are great wine shops, cellar visits and restaurants as well.

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The winners of the 3rd Hungarian Wine Grand Prix

Tóth Ferenc Egri Leányka Superior 2016 from Eger and Luka Enikő Kékfrankos 2015 have been selected the white and red winners of the 3rd Hungarian Wine Grand Prix (Magyar Bor Nagydíj 2018). The prestige of the prize is very high because the wines are selected by the most respected winewriters…

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’Blues’ among TOP 14 Eastern European wines by The Independent

Kovács Nimród Monopole Blues Kékfrankos, 2015 John Clarke posted an article on www.independent.co.uk collecting 14 of the best wines from less known countries. As the winewriter points out, these countries are „having a moment”, Georgia, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Croatia and of course Hungary produces great wines, which are still overlooked.

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