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Hungary for change
9 Feb 2010 by Jancis Robinson
Hungary has an admirable wine-producing tradition about which we have written far too little (even if a search for 'Hungary' produces 135 articles...). Of course there is the long article about Hungary in your online Oxford Companion, and an even more out of date overview here in our Resources section. The most recent set of tasting notes was Modern Hungary - tasting notes published in March 2008. Victoria Daskal's 2008 article about Dry Furmint was, I suppose, supplemented by my recent comparison of the wines of sister properties in Vouvray and Tokaji, Huet and Királyudvar . Nowadays, wine lovers outside Hungary may hear almost...

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