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. — 7 days ago
First Hungarian Syrah! Loved it — 2 months ago
Delicious! Refreshing with just enough of the pet nat funkiness to brighten it up. — 2 months ago
Delicious rose, well balanced and perfectly dry — a month ago
OK, I cant be the only one to have their Furmint.
Delicious and lip-smacking similar to the gelatin rich chicken dumpling soup I paired this with.
I realized that this is what most regular folks enjoy about Chardonnay, aromatically mild, texturally rich and gulpable. It seems to hit an almosy umami type palate vibe. — 2 months ago
This wine was very easy to drink, had lots of pear notes, sweet ending. Would recommend and drink again. — 23 days ago
Pinker, fruitier and bolder than a Provence. Hungarian gusto. — 2 months ago
Beautiful light red color, slightly floral bouquet. Light, but full body. — 2 months ago
Hungarian dry white wine. Super fruity and smooth — 2 months ago