“I don’t know how deep it goes or how big it is.”
Last year László Szilágyi had brought in an excavator in order to remove a big rock he’d encountered while preparing a part of his Szil-völgy site for a reconstruction. Just getting it up there on the hillside was a project on its [...]
What makes Tokaj special – at least compared to the other wine regions of Hungary? Primarily the terroir of course although perhaps just as important are how the producers interpret the outcome of it. The styles between them differ a lot but it’s quite rare to bump in to over-extracted bombastic wines which sadly still [...]
In the world of blogging anything but the latest post on a site seems less attractive amongst readers. That’s a pity – at least when an article is putting little focus on just a specific wine but instead highlighting a producer or a region. Time to recycle a few. Time to remind ourselves of the [...]
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