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The sheep’s tail has never been so delicious!


New vintage Juhfark from Kreinbacher Estate Did you know that Somló wine region’s emblematicgrape, Juhfark is named after the sheep’s tail? The term refers to the elongated, cylindrical shape of the clusters. Juhfark is grown almost exclusively in the small volcanic hill of Somló, a small amount in Balatonfüred. Juhfark is…

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Icewine in the heat of the summer

When the weather is almost unbearably hot, rich, creamy desserts remain untouched. Why not enjoying a chilled icewine instead of the full of sugar cakes? Icewine is 100% natural, its sweetness is given by nature.

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Volcanic wine tasting with 15 wineries

Date: 13 April, 2017 (18.00–22.00) Location: Pastrami Restaurant, Budapest (1036 Budapest, Lajos u. 93–99.) Type of event: informal, consumer wine tasting Hungary can boast with several wine regions with volcanic soil: Tokaj, Somló, Badacsony are probably the most famous. As we have reported recently, the renowned Canadian wine writer of…

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New release: book on volcanic soil focusing on Hungary

Second generation Hungarian John Szabo Master Sommelier has just released his new book. As The Drinks Business writes: “Entitled Volcanic Wines: Salt, Grit and Power, the book is thought to be the first to use volcanic soil as the overarching theme to introduce a wide range of grapes and wine regions. As…