by Elizabeth Gabay MW Egri Bikavér, known to many as Bull’s Blood, is the traditional red wine of the north Hungarian appellation of Hungary. Located between Budapest and Tokaj, the town of Eger is the site of the 16th century battle between the Hungarians and the

by Elizabeth Gabay MW and Lilla O'Connor Now that more and more Hungarian wines are available in importer’s books, we have been working with London’s top restaurants training sommeliers to learn more about Hungarian wine. Last month, the Wines of Hungary team visited the Michelin starred restaurants Ellory in

by Caroline Gilby MW It takes at least a century to grow an oak tree from acorn to harvest so research on terroir, growing conditions and species is a huge challenge. In addition, the complexities of oak flavour compounds and how they are influenced by seasoning