A lineup of shiraz I wanted to present to our little wine club in last autumn, but then the Covid situation got worse again and prevented the event from happening. It was only this June when I managed to gather my friends again, and despite some disappointing bottles, we could finally enjoy some good, even some world class wines. Continue reading
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