Not all wine regions benefit from it – or should even consider it. Single vineyard wines that is. Bourgogne? Yes. Douro? Not sure. Mosel? Yes. Chianti? Maybe. Bordeaux? In rare cases. Tokaj? Yes!
I’m not presenting a remarkable statement in any way. It’s old news. Oldest news in the world actually if we’re sticking to [...]
Rising from the grave, my once weekly mumbo-jumbo newsletter has returned. Mostly about wine, or wine related stuff, I still allow myself to here express my thoughts in a more relaxed (some would probably say unconsidered) way. Comments are more than welcome, wanted actually!
Tokaj is, without doubt, Hungary’s top region. Dry or sweet, it doesn’t matter, the quality is outstanding, sometimes even world class. During 2013, Tokaj will be the Hungarian region I put my focus on, and re-visit. Here’s to the greatest of them all in Tokaj, Mr. István Szepsy!
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Great to have you here! You like Hungarian wines? Me to! The coming weeks – heck months – you will find a lot about them on Wine Virtuosity, next to my Portuguese adventures of course. Lots of stuff on Facebook as well; here and here. I also sometimes tweet, like everyone else. Hey, why not follow?
Great to have you here! You like Hungarian wines? Me to! The coming weeks – heck months – you will find a lot about them on Wine Virtuosity, next to my Portuguese adventures of course. More stuff on Facebook as well; here and here. I also sometimes tweet, like everyone else. Why not [...]
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