October 2018

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Elizabeth Gabay MW Jozsef Bock’s family has cultivated vineyards in Villány, in southern Hungary, since the early 1700s. Jozsef Bock himself has been one of the founding figures in the Hungarian wine renaissance over the past 30 years. Part of this renaissance has been to make

Caroline Gilby MW [caption id="attachment_11929" align="alignright" width="225"] Sniffing damp wood - some interesting variations[/caption] About the Masterclass Just as wine is endlessly complex, so is oak with its multiple roles of helping to polymerise tannins, stabilise colour and even add flavour to wine (though increasingly oak as a

Harvest Report from Hungary Vintage 2018 is going to be an outstanding one, with higher above average yields and excellent quality. The unusually warm weather in spring introduced early budding and flowering by 2-3 weeks, followed by the dry and warm summer without major weather extremes,