Hungary wines

Although vines have been grown for wine in Hungary since Celtic times - before the Roman invasion - it was the Magyars in the 9th century who increased the vineyard acreage and production. Many of the vineyards can trace their history back centuries, and some as far back as the 12th century.
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A wine country to watch. Hungary is working hard to regain a reputation largely built on Bull’s Blood and Tokay but which has started to slip. There are 13 wine growing regions with about 400,000 acres of vineyards producing almost 450 million litres of wine a year. Independent Hungarian wineries now operate alongside state-owned enterprises and joint ventures, notably with Hugh Ryman and his team of Australian winemakers, have produced some exciting results.

A wine country to watch. Hungary is working hard to regain a reputation largely built on Bull’s Blood and Tokay but which has started to slip.

Hungary wine regions

In Hungary is over 22 different wine areas and here can present you almost Hungarian wine ares.

Tokaji wine from Hungary

In Tokaj, Hungary, the sweet golden Tokaji aszú wine is top-notch and highly sought-after (Louis XIV dubbed it the “wine of kings”).

Hungarian wine-growing

Hungarian wine is a good wine but you know how to choose a Hungarian wine.

Tolnai Wine Region

Tolna Wine Region form Hungary is a good wine area where find top wine-producers.

Balaton Wine Region from Hungary

The soil of the most southerly of the three wine areas around Lake Balaton is a mixture of sand and clay. Most of the Hungarian wine-makers

Cuvees from Hungary

There are countless excellent cuvées that each has its own character and taste. The best classical ones come from Polgar, Bock, Tarnas and Attila Gere, and Tiffan.

BÜkKalja Hungarian Wine

This is a great shame for in the past fine Hungarian wines were made that were intended to be used in production of sparkling wines.


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