Modern Hungary - tasting notes
25 Jun 2008 by JR
Victoria Daskal’s article Running Dry in Tokaj last week made me think you might be interested in the following tasting notes I made at a fascinating tasting of some of Hungary’s better wines in London last year, led by my fellow Master of Wine Dr Caroline Gilby, who specialises in the wines of eastern Europe.  I am keenly aware that there were some very exciting wines made in Hungary (even more today than when this tasting took place) but that it can be difficult to find them outside Budapest. I have also included at the very beginning tasting notes on four particularly notable dry Furmints (see also...

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