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3 unforgettable bike routes in Hungary

Spring has arrived, it is time to get on a bike and enjoy the lovely vineyards. With bike you are allowed to taste some wine – of course you have to obey the rules of traffic, but now zero tolerance does not refer to cyclists (there was a time when…

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Taschner tasting in Warsaw, Poland

Professionals and winelovers are welcome at Kociołek i Wino on 7 March in Warsaw. The owner, Ewa Hangel has just made a deep dive in Hungarian wines at Borjour Magnum, and her passion for our wines has been enforced.

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„Best of” tasting of Hungarian wines in Krakow, Poland

„Polish and Hungarian: two good friends” – an old, often quoted saying predestines our neighbouring countries for mutual and fruitful trade. But friendship is not enough when it comes to business, hard work and continuous presence is needed. A large trade tasting on 23 January in Krakow is the the…

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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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Do you know Zweigelt grape?

Zweigelt is the most widely planted black grape of Austria with more than 6500 hectares, and the 2nd largest Zweigelt grower country is Hungary with more than 2400 hectares. Due to the Nazi past of the breeder, it was suggested to change to name to Blue Monday.

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7th November: Hungarian wines & food in Berlin

The Hungarian Embassy will hold a food and wine tasting for the 9th time in Berlin. Outstanding wines and food products will be presented for the German restaurateurs, wine professionals, but foodies and winelovers are also welcome. The all day event is free of charge, but registration is needed.

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Blaufränkisch jamboree in London

Wines of Hungary UK has announced its inaugural event ‘Blue of the Danube’, the largest UK tasting solely dedicated to the most important black grape of Central & Eastern Europe (CEE)– Blaufränkisch (or Kékfrankos as it is known in Hungary).

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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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