by Elizabeth Gabay MW Every region in Hungary, apart from maybe Tokaj, makes rosé wine. Although no strong regional characters have yet to emerge, there are a few indicators to local styles. The northern regions of Eger, Mátra, Pannonhalma and Sopron have vibrant fresh acidity and crisp

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by Caroline Gilby Sisters Petra and Kata Zsirai inherited this winery from their father Csaba Zsirai in 2011. He was driven by his passion for preserving Hungarian traditions and bought his first vineyards in 2005, as a break from his office job. The sisters now run

From 18th to 20th March 33 Hungarian wineries, exclusive masterclasses, a walk-in tasting zone, and a charming Botrytis Bar will lead you through Hungary’s buzzing wine scene. Seminars and masterclasses guided by Markus del Monego MW, John Szabó MS and Ronn Wiegand MW, MS will showcase

by Peter McCombie MW Bull's Blood aka Egri Bikaver is a name that for some might trigger memories of cheap student drinking. These days Eger in northern Hungary has more to offer the inquisitive drinker. Its cool climate and diverse soils produce aromatic red and white

by Peter McCombie MW József Bock is a solidly built, jovial man who was one of the pioneers of the resurgence of Villányi wines. The Bock range of wines includes a number of authentic expressions of Hungarian varietals like Hárslevelű, Kadarka and Kekfrankos and a savoury