Bright, crisp, clean, light bodied Hungarian red — 2 years ago
I happen to think that Kadarka, a Hungarian grape that few have heard of, is one of the most interesting wine grapes around. Similar to Trousseau or Poulssard in weight and finesse, it’s totally delicious. This one is made from gnarled, 100-year-old vines (hence the name) whose delicate fruit is fermented and aged in steel. Aromas of dried flowers and red currant give way to dried herbs, strawberry and cherry flavors with notes of dried fennel seed in the finish. Juicy and bright and a mere 13% alcohol. — 3 years ago
Light, summery, refreshing, serve chilled. Small Batch Liquor, CO — 5 months ago
A few notches above the bottom-shelf-dwelling Egervin Bikaver, so it was a pleasure to try this one. Notes of cherries, earth, coffee grounds, and a bit of spice. While this one is not (I'm confident) a top-shelf "superior" Bikaver bottle (which I want to try soon!), this one was still lovely. A blend of Kekfrankos, Merlot, Kadarka, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Sagrantino. 1/28/22. — 2 years ago
Cherry, pair with 🦆 — 3 years ago
Very sweet red wine from Hungary. — 3 years ago
Tart cranberries. Dry. — 7 months ago
Lys, luftig hindbær/rabarber saft! Vibrerende, sexet, nervøs og lige til at hælde i løgneren — 2 years ago
Light, fine & quite delicate - reminiscent of a Pinot or Südtirol Vernatsch. Fresh Strawberries & raspberries & red currant with a touch of sage & distant basil.
On the palate this is surprisingly light & fine considering the Barrique & Tonneaux aging - the wood showing only in the backdrop, brilliantly integrated. Fresh acidity, dusty ultra fine tannins.
Red fruit again with a mineral, herby aftertaste. This is very nice, esp. slightly chilled. My style of wine. — 2 years ago