A great tasting with prestigious companies
What a tasting it was for Hungarian Wine House, with prestigious French companies under one roof!
Clementine Communications the PR and marketing partner of Hungarian Wine House has organized a showcase to it’s clients.
With all the excitement ready to burst the evening before, Hungarian Wine House took part of Clementine’s first ever showcase open day on the 15th March 2012 at the prestigious Sanctum Soho Hotel. This was a very successful event and the weather was most beautiful for a roof top terrace! We had a great string of companies, including Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne, Les Vignobles Foncalieu, CA Grands Crus, Chene Bleu, Chateau Rouge, La Maison du Chocolat and certainly Hungarian Wine House.
This was a very diverse, luxury and unusual tasting which made it very successful. There was a great ambience thought out the day, along with the funky, exclusive venue and the Clementine Team’s savoire-faire this turned out to be the most exclusive PR showcase in London. There were delectable canapés, beautiful wines, champagnes, chocolates and teas, magnificent sunshine and of course the added bonus to relax in the hot tub, what more could you have asked for?!
The idea was that it was much more convenient for journalists, buyers and sommeliers to come to one tasting and see a number of producers, rather than lots of small ones. Many big magazines and newspapers including the editor of The Spirits Business, Imbibe, the drinks Writer for GQ, Sublime Magazine, the lifestyle feature writer for Marie Claire were represented … amongst others!
Hungarian Wine House presented 10 wines from 2 wine regions. The region of Tokaj-Hegyalja and the region of Eger.
The following wines were available on the day (in order of tasting)
8. Hagymási Winery Egri Bormester 2003
The guests had tasted all the 10 wines. You can vote below which one are you most interested. To find out more information click on the name of the wine above! Thank you[polldaddy poll=6183226]
Everybody had their own favourite hungarian wine but the most popular were the Pannon Tokaj dry Muscat Lunel 2011, Hagymási Winery Pinot Noir 2008, Hagymási Winery Egri Bormester 2003 and of course the 6 puttonyos Dominium Aszú 2004 from Pannon Tokaj. The wines have received lot’s of positive feedback and attention. Pannon Tokaj DOMINIUM Aszú 6 puttonyos 2004 (picture left) has received the most acknowledgement from journalist who recommended the wine to readers in newspapers and magazines nationwide .
Written by Bálint Takács & Chloe Crowther