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Recent discoveries from Hungary– why Hungary continues to grow on me Hungary deserves recognition as a wine growing country, and ’Why Hungary deserves greater recognition in the world of wine’ was exactly the the header of Patrick Schmitt MW in his article on Drinks Business earlier this spring. And he is right, as is CarolineFortsæt læsning “Why Hungarian wine continues to grow on me”
– taking advantage of the excellent Danish fruit Not too far away from the second biggest city of Denmark, Århus, is the peninsula of Djursland, where you find the absolutely stunning area of Mols Bjerge. As beautiful as the area is, this article is about alcoholic beverages. The reason for this is Andersen. No, notFortsæt læsning “Danish wine – much more than grapes”
A few words on Cabernet Franc Cabernet Franc is believed to originate from Pais Vasco (Basque Country) in Spain, but today France has by far the biggest area planted with Cabernet Franc (36,948 ha per 2009) in the world. Cabernet Franc is predominantly known for being a component in Bordeaux blends, in part as anFortsæt læsning “Villányi Cabernet Franc”
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