SmoothRed recently introduced Hungarian Collection: Budapest to Tokaji into its tour itinerary. The five-day break includes private wine tours in Etyek, Tokaj and Eger, including a private helicopter transfer from Budapest to Tokaj . Guests can taste.
Yet Hungary has a vast array of tipples to be sampled and its wine dates back to Roman times. In most European languages the word for wine is derived from the Latin word vinum. However, in Hungarian it's called bor. Some historians believe Hungarian.
Also try Hungary's famous tokaji (pronounced toe-kai), a sweet wine native to north-eastern Hungary , where wine has been produced since at least the 12th century. You can find tokaji wines on menus throughout the city or you can visit the Tokaj region.
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The creamy, savory flavors pair beautifully with the 2010 Royal Tokaji Furmint Tokaji, Hungary (Luxury 45598; $16.99). Made in a northern Hungarian region more famous for sweet dessert wines, this dry, well-balanced white wine uses Furmint grapes.
A 15-minute drive away in Badascony is Laposa, a family-owned winery with a commodious terrace overlooking vineyards that intensifies the desire for forthcoming balmy nights. Inside, the vaulted brick ceiling creates a dramatic backdrop for a guided.
Huia Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2016, $16.99. I'm generally unmoved by New Zealand sauvignon blancs, but this one, a star of a recent Wine School column, caused me to rethink the subject. Herbal with saline and mineral flavors, this wine is just.
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Whatever you do, do not exit without witnessing Kovach’s beloved fermented banana cheesecake paired with a Big Banana Wheat beer or a glass of Tokaji (like Hungary’s version of Sauternes, but even better). There’s an entire coffee and tea menu to.
But, in 1990 Royal Tokaji was founded by wine writer Hugh Johnson and a group of investors who were inspired after the fall of Communism to restore and preserve Hungary’s wine legacy. Royal Tokaji owns 11 of the 22 hectares in Mézes Mály, one of only.