pairing wine and food

Food and Wine Pairing - The Infographic

Educational infographic & Data Pairing Food and Wine Flavors for Mealtime Magic Infographic. Like use of best m. Image Description Pairing Food and Wine

Pannonhalma vineyard - Hungary

Pannonhalma vineyard - Hungary, wonderful ancient home of the hungarians

Kolonics Pincészet wine #taninotanino #vinosmaximum

Kolonics Pincészet wine from Somlo, Western Hungary

Because having cheese with your wine makes it fancy ;)

Good to know.Used for a wine and cheese pairing party.,entertaining guide party ideas party favors parties party snacks party idea party tips

Hungarikum ~ kalocsai mintás boros üveg

A meeting of great Hungarikums (uniquely Hungarian products) ~ the folk designs of the kalocsa region printed on great Hungarian wine (bottles). Saw bottles painted at the Hungarian Festival.

Hungarian wine regions

Read about the most famous wine regions of Hungary and their best wines to taste. Taste wines frem different Hungarian wine regions. Join our wine tasting walking tour in Budapest

Grape harvest in Hungary

Woman dumping grapes into hotte

Tokaj, Hungary. http://www.worldheritagesite.org/sites/tokajiwineregion.html

Tokaj, Hungary. http://www.worldheritagesite.org/sites/tokajiwineregion.html

Wine Cellar in Pannonhalma Archabbey, Hungary (a little story of wine)

cellar - hmmm, maybe

Gérard Depardieu tastes Hungarian wine #wine #Hungary

Gérard Depardieu tastes Hungarian wine #wine #Hungary

Takler Voted Best Red Wine at ‘Pannon Wine Challenge, 2011’ (Judging Panel: Caroline Gilby MW, Isabelle Legeron MW and Matt Kramer) this modern, ultra-high quality take on what used to be known as “Bull’s Blood” has proven incredibly popular at our tastings, often being mistaken for a fine Bordeaux. A classic Hungarian blend of indigenous Kékfrankos with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Deep ruby in colour, creamy-textured, rich, round and full-bodied.

Takler Voted Best Red Wine at ‘Pannon Wine Challenge, 2011’ (Judging Panel: Caroline Gilby MW, Isabelle Legeron MW and Matt Kramer) this modern, ultra-high quality take on what used to be known as “Bull’s Blood” has proven incredibly popular at our tastings, often being mistaken for a fine Bordeaux. A classic Hungarian blend of indigenous Kékfrankos with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Deep ruby in colour, creamy-textured, rich, round and full-bodied.

pince, cellar

pince, cellar

Perfect sav. blanc crispy wine, from Etyek, Hungary

blanc crispy wine, from Etyek, Hungary

Bull’s blood – Eger wine http://www.itshungarian.com/hungarian-culinaria/bulls-blood-eger-wine/

Eger attractions include not only its history and artistic sights, but its world-famous wines: Egri Bikavér and Egri Leányka.

Tállya, Tokaj region, Hungary

Tállya, Tokaj region, Hungary

Mád itt: Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén megye

Heat, Drought and Impacts on US Wine Regions

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