Siller is an easy drinking, traditional pale red wine style once widespread in Hungary, well pre-dating rose. It’s hard to find these days, and the ones I tried in the last few years weren’t that convincing, except one, the Piroska siller (reviewed here), which is made from top quality grapes – not a common thing at all.
A simple but enjoyable rose, does the job. And so cheap… go for it! Continue reading
No wine review today, but something I’m proud of: my own wine is now available out there. Continue reading
Teleki is one of the most widely available entry level wine brand in Hungary, made in big quantities and available at every corner. Everyone knows it, this is what many regular wine consumers identify with quality wine and with villányi (Villány is kind of Hungary’s Barossa). I’m happy to say that it’s actually really nice! Continue reading
Keep an eye on Hungary’s Mátra wine region, some fascinating developments are taking place in this sleepy part of the country.