A country boasting a wealth of indigenous grape varieties, Hungary has a history in winemaking, dating back to Roman times. About 70% of the total production is white, with a wide range of international varieties being introduced, with a strong bias towards varietal labelling. The world famous sweet white wine, Tokaji, is produced in the Tokaj-Hegyalja region in the North-East of the country.
The blend consists of 95% Tempranillo from 40-year-old vines in Las Cuevas, El Palo and Las Monjas in Rodezno, complemented with 5% Graciano from the Montecillo estate in Fuenmayor. The Graciano gives the wine an aromatic intensity and acidity, to carry the structure and elegance of the Tempranillo. The grapes are vinified separately in four-and-a-half-year-old American oak for three years, and...more
Bottle 75cl £35.08
Being Frizzante in style, this Prosecco has a lighter, finer mousse which makes it the perfect wine for an aperitive. In the glass you'll find delicious aromas of white stone fruit and golden apple with lively acidity to refresh your palate. A perfect glass of fizz to enjoy on its own or alongside some some canapés. Think fresh figs and...more
Bottle 75cl £12.70
Bottle 75cl £12.78