Hungarian wine continued
29 Mar 2004 by JR
Hubert Warsmann, Hungary: A few remarks to follow up on availability of Hungarian wines abroad. Unlike Tokaj, which had the benefit of some remaining international reputation and large foreign investment since the changes (leading to the creation of an active promotion body, Tokaj Renaissance), the rest of the Hungarian industry has remained mostly national and fragmented and cannot boast any standard bearer to build an image abroad. A few large wineries have emerged with an export focus but they...

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