István Szepsy

Tóth István

Egri Merlot 2006

Budapest 2019 my fav — 3 years ago

István Balassa

Kvarc Betsek Hárslevelű 2015

Fruktig - Stenfrukt, päron och litchi. Nektar samt flintig mineralitet. — 5 years ago

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St. Thomas

Ma'd Tokaji Furmint 2012

Michael "Bucky" Buckelew
9.2

Solid - made by István Szepsy Jr. — 7 years ago

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István Balassa

Tokaji Betsek Furmint

Dry, fruitty and smokey. Lasting pleasant taste. Goes well with duck liver and magre. Very, very enjoyable. — 3 years ago

István Szepsy

Király Tokaji Harslevelu 2010

Very complex and mineral. Good acidity. It is now seven years old and it still has a very good potential. — 5 years ago

István Szepsy

Úrágya Tokaji Furmint 2011

A lovely textbook Tokaji Furmint, with the stone fruit and bracing minerality that comes with that designation. — 3 years ago

St. Thomas

Dry By Tokaj Furmint 2015

I had the pleasure of visiting the Szepsy family last fall—the time spent with them gave me insight into why the Tokaji region, famed for it's sweet wines is now transitioning to more dry-style offerings. The Dry by Tokaj, an entry level in their portfolio is the color of straw, with vivid aromas of bosc pear, lemon drop, white grapefruit, and jasmine. The region's signature minerality is more pronounced on the palate than on the nose in this bottling, one that is tangential to the focused vein of acidity coursing through the center of this outstanding Hungarian white. 13.0% ABV | Sample — 5 years ago

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Szent Tamás

MA'D Tokaji Furmint 2013

I had the good fortune to have spent time with István Szepsy Jr. while in Tokaji's Mád village, from which this wine takes its name. This is a late harvest Furmint-Hárslevelű endowed with pungent botrytisized aromas of dried mango, yellow peach, apricot, orange blossom and nougatine, it's profile on the nose mirrors that of that palate. What is perhaps defining about these wines is, aside from the stunning value of price for quality, is the cascading minerality that carves a canyon through lush layers of fruit and spice. 11.0% ABV | Sample — 6 years ago

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