Hungary makes a wide range of wines; from many unique, classic varieties that cannot be found elsewhere in the world. Kékfrankos, Kadarka, Furmint, Hárslevelű, Irsai Olivér, Cserszegi Fűszeres, Királyleányka, Juhfark, Kéknyelű are just a few traditional Hungarian wine grapes that are used for famous wines such as Bulls Blood, Tokaji Aszu, Tokaji Szamorodni, Tokaji Essencia.
One could say, it was faith, that Tamás Dúzsi became a winery owner and winemaker. It all started in 1964, when Tamás joined the viticulture-winemaking high school class and right after graduation went on to study at the Horticultural University of Gyöngyös. Today the family cultivates 60 hectares of vineyards around Szekszárd and all the
Hungarian Masterclass with the Hungarian Wine House Hungarian Wine House hosted a wine tasting this year in July. It was held at the Hungarian Cultural Centre at Convent Garden London, which belongs to the Hungarian State (but no passport is need it to enter the building). Our aim was different this time, approaching the general
History Hungarian wine has a history dating back to at least Roman times. The best-known wines are the white dessert wine Tokay (Tokaji) and Bull’s Blood (Egri Bikavér), a full-bodied red wine. The Romans brought vines to Pannonia, and by the 5th century AD, there are records of extensive vineyards in Hungary. Following the Magyar
The smell Maybe it sounds strange, but first we taste with our nose. If we plug our nose in a complex wine, a kind of feeling may arise that a full lexicon of data, sensation, impression break into our neck. The real fun starts here. Breathe deeply the wine fragrance what emerging in the glass.
First Steps … What you would like to know about wine tasting! Wine is a luxury product or we can call a panacea. Besides the fact that it is able to both energize and relax, launch discussions with the winemaker with your friends or your love. So it is not the point, that where, when
Eiswein Designates German wines produced from grapes frozen on the vine, and pressed while still frozen. Freezing concentrates not just the sugar in the grapes, but also acidity and extract. For best results, a frost of at least -8 °C/18 °F is required, for which grapes are generally harvested between five and eight in the
The Hungarian Wine House (Magyar Borház) is a primarily online trading wine house founded by a young Hungarian, living in London for several years.