Winemaker: Janos Frittman
Region: Soltvadkert, Kunsag
Kékfrankos is the most popular grape type of Hungary. Its origin hasn’t been clarified yet, but researchers said it’s possibly from the coast of the Caspian Sea.
It has intense ruby colour with silky flavour, which smells like sour cherry. This full-bodied red wine has harmonious acids, and strong taste. Recommended to beef-, wild -, stew-dishes
Serve chilled to 16-18°C
Winemaker: Bence Laposa
Region: Balaton - Badacsony
An interesting new brand which symbolize the Balaton, express the volcanic terroir and the Olaszrizling variety.
Harvested from 15-25 years old vines, fresh, crispy acidity with excellent complexity and long finish.
A real summer wine....
Goes great with fish, grilled chicken, salads, quiche, cold meats and salami
Pronunciation: "Eg-ree Bik-ah-vair Tee-Tee"
Winemaker: Tibor Gal
Variety/Blend: Kekfrankos, Syrah, Cabernet Franc, Kadarka and Portugieser
Kékfrankos, Kadarka, Cabernet Franc, Syrah and Portuguese fermented in 50hl wooden vats and aged in 220 litre barrels for 18 months and after blending, 6 further months of ageing. Deep ruby in colour, with a sour cherry, paprika and pepper nose and forest fruits with eastern spices on the palate, this is a warm hearted red to enjoy.
Goes great with peppered steak, sausages, hearty stews, roast/grilled red meats, duck or goose dishes, barbecues, lightly spicy food, and hard cheeses.
Winemaker: Csaba Vesztergombi
Variety/Blend: Kekfrankos, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Kadarka
A blend of Kekfrankos, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Kadarka grapes which harmonise beautifully to produce this silky, spicy Bikaver from the Vesztergombi winery. Plum, dark berry and dark chocolate on the palate complimented with fine oak notes as a result of two years of barrel ageing. An enjoyable ripe red wine.