I have to admit that it I immediately fell in love with that label. Supercool. Wouldn’t you buy a bottle which is that pretty? Continue reading
In one word: authentic. Continue reading
I’m a fan of the ancient Hungarian grape varieties saved from extinction by wine hero József Szentesi, and I already covered some vintages of his Csókaszőlő here. Here we have a Csókaszőlő from another great producer called St. Andrea, from the northern region of Eger. A different style, but this is even better than the Szentesi versions I wrote up last time.
A superb supermarket Burgundy from Auchan. Isn’t it enough to say that I went back to buy more after tasted it? Continue reading
Barolo basically does not exist under 25-30 Euros and then it’s a question what you get for such an amount. But no disappointment here… Continue reading
I tasted a bit more than a dozen Austrian Blaufrankisch wines in recent months, and when thinking about them the first thing that comes into my mind is that almost all of them was over-oaked to some extent. But here is an exception… Continue reading