Quite possibly the first Hungarian zinfandel (a.k.a. primitivo) ever on shelves. An interesting wine, not the blockbuster you would expect. Continue reading
Very affordable for a Burgundy, but a great value regardless of wine region. Continue reading
Just a micro batch, but there is now one more csókaszőlő red wine on the market, joining the very few others that exist today. Szentesi József, Vylyan, St. Andrea and Bussay are the producers who already released such variety (I might miss a name or two), and now you can taste one from Kovács András and Tóth Kinga, if you are lucky enough – it’s extremely limited. Continue reading
I have probably written this many times, but again, Bordeaux is one of the best wine regions offering great value reds. Probably it’s the best, considering the volume of these wines and also the reliability – I’m rarely disappointed. This Chateau Haut Redon is proving the point.