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Well, it’s only been two months since my last update on Hungary and yet I am ready to update you, once again… Couldn’t we talk about recent developments from all wine producing countries of the world? Most definitely, but in the case of Hungary, changes and developments continue to be seen and felt with everyFortsæt læsning “What’s new in Hungarian wine… – and a world gone crazy!”
To most people, Switzerland is more about milk & honey (as in Toblerone) or fancy watches, than it is about wine and even to many a winelover, Swiss wine remains somewhat of a mystery. Something, you may have heard of but never had the chance to come by. The reason is obvious, as the SwissFortsæt læsning “Swiss wine – maybe, no longer such a hidden gem…“
Hárslevelű is so more than “the other” grape to Furmint in Tokaj. Hárslevelű, which is Furmint crossed with Tzimlyansky Belyi, is an aromatic, Hungarian variety first mentioned way back in the 18th century and used for both sweet and dry wines. It goes by many names including Budai Féher, Lindenblättrige and Lipovina. An offspring ofFortsæt læsning “Should not Hárslevelű be the next big thing out of Hungary”
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