Tasting Case - Wines of Hungary (8 Bottle Mixed Case, Red and White )

Sale price £139.00 Regular price £145.17

8 Bottle Mixed Case created for the wonderful Newcastle Wine School, showcasing the superb red and white Wines of Hungary. 

One of Central Europe's most serious wine-producing countries, Hungary has its own particularly distinctive range of vine varieties and wines. There are seriously good dry whites coming from the famous Tokaji producers, to compliment their world class sweet Tokaji Aszu. Increasingly well crafted reds from indigenous and international varietals, familiar to lovers of Austrian wines.

Enjoy a trip around Hungary!

Case includes one of each:


Törley Vineyards, Grüner Veltliner, Talisman, Hungary - The super-star Austrian Grüner Veltliner grape grown just across the border in Hungary makes for a superior dry white

St. Andrea Egri Csillag Napbor, Eger, Hungary - Star of Eger, the white compliment to Bulls Blood, delightly perfumed and delicate

Balassa Tokaji Furmint, Tokaji, Hungary - Hand-picked grapes from four volcanic vineyards make this wonderful white, reflecting the complexity of the Tokaji terroir

St Tamás, Nyulászó, Tokaji, Hungary - Unique Hungarian white from the world famous Tokaji Region, rivalling great Loire Chenin and Chablis in style and quality


Bolyki Egri Kékfrankos, Eger, Hungary - A powerhouse of a wine from the delicious Blaufränkisch red grape

Sauska Kadarka, Villány, Hungary - Rare Hungarian Kadarka grape, full of red fruit aromas and a palate of spiced fruit, soft cherry and herbal qualities of earth and black tea

St. Andrea Egri Bikavér Superior Áldás, Eger, Hungary - Superior Bull's Blood from Eger, rich and complex. Decanter wine of the year 2020

Sauska Cabernet Franc Siklós, Villány, Hungary - Villány has proved to be a second home for the fine Cabernet Franc grape, and this is a superb example - classic tobacco and spice on the nose, and rich berries on the palate

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