Somlói Vándor

Nagy-Somlói Juhfark

Really easy to like. Dusty stone dominates the nose with hints of pear and quince. Palate follows with the same mineral driven structure with stones and saline leading into a beautiful and zesty pear and lemon with hints of spice. Kind of feels like Muscadet on steroids. — a month ago

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Almos Nagy-Somlói Juhfark 2018

Golden yellow hue
On nose spicy oak is evident, but not overpowering
Lemon, goose berry, wet stone like minerality. On palate oak gives peppery and creamy feeling. Again lemon, lime, white currant. Medium acidity, mid weight and clearly has stuffing for atleast few years of aging. When wine warms up the oak takes bit too large role. Best served around 10 degC when it's wonderfully fresh. Goes down dangerously easy and worked great with grilled jumbo shrimps
— 2 years ago

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Premium Nagy-somlói Juhfark 2015

Muscadet-esque with white peach blossoms, crushed rock and expansive acidity. “Wedding night wine” (Wines of the Somlo region were rumored to increase the chances of conception and traditionally consumed at Hungarian weddings) — 3 years ago

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Fekete Pince

Aranyhegy-dűlő Somlói Juhfark 2013

Earth, honey , hay. Benefitting from the age - no water. Full strength. Rich and long finish. Delightful. Minerals. Still acid to back it up. — 3 months ago


Vulkán Hárslevelu - Juhfark Blend

Rad juice drank this cloudy yeast glou with sushi ..still dry white but sediment gives it deeper jaune hew rich pity citrus mouthfeel — a year ago


Foam Somló Harslevelü - Juhfark Blend

high acid, so tart, so fun. good bubbles. bruised apple, rubber tire, lime — 2 years ago

Csetvei Pince

Jf Mór Red Blend 2015

567 bottles made. Juhfark 100%. High acid, light fruit, dry finish. — 3 years ago

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Foam Vulkán Hárslevelu Juhfark Blend

So good! Effervescent, light funk, we loved it — 9 months ago

Somlói Apátsági Pince

Juhfark 2013

Alder Yarrow

There is really only one grape variety that I know of in the world that deserves to always have an exclamation mark: Juhfark! Or as I like to shout, Juhfaaaaaaaark! (pronounced you-fark). Grown only on the tiny little hill of Somló, an ancient underwater volcano, in Southwestern Hungary, it is among my favorite grape varieties and simply one of the world’s coolest wines. @sap_somlo is one of the best producers of it, coaxing out its bee pollen and chamomile scents and electric neon lemon, citrus peel, and yellow herb flavors, all layered on top of the deep volcanic minerality. The longer you let these wines age, the more they taste like rocks. Tired of the same old flavors in your white wines? Get thee some Juhfark! — a year ago

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Nagy-Somlói Juhfark 2017

Almonds, citrus and spice. Good length. Very pleasant. Furmint — 3 years ago

Mike Searby

Mike Searby

This is Furmint, not what it says on the photo. Stocked by the wine society.