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New Hungarians - tasting notes
21 Apr 2010 by Jancis Robinson
The quality of Hungarian wine today may be one of the wine world's better-kept secrets, for reasons outlined in Reasons to go Hungary .  The following tasting notes were taken on three different occasions during our recent weekend in Budapest . The most interesting perhaps was a collection assembled by Budapest's leading wine educator, Gabriella Mészáros, of wines she thought represented some of the best and most representative of those being made today. The most pleasurable was István Szepsy's presentation of his Tokaji at the ground-breaking VinCE wine fair. The wine fair was a great success and therefore...

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