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St Andrea

St Andrea

The Winery

Eger is becoming an exciting place for wine. Due to the efforts of a new generation of oenologists including Dr György Lőrincz, Hungary’s wine-maker of the year in 2009. His St Andrea winery, in the northern city of Eger PDO, is among the leaders in re-establishing important Hungarian varietals such as the white Furmint and Hárslevelü and the peppery, red Kadarka. He has won many awards in Hungary and in Bordeaux with his wines and became a wine icon in Hungary. St Andrea is inspired and motivated by life with the mission to create wines that are unique. A winery that strives to do good.



Very youthful with hints of apple blossom and cut pear. Fresh crisp and light, still with a hint of Co₂. Delicate and subtle so needs a bit of time. (2016)

Peter McCombie MW 2016

Aldas Egri Bikaver

The name means “blessing this is the winery’s entry point Bikavér, made is a fresh drinkable style. Mid ruby with just a touch of beetroot.The palate is gentle with red fruit notes, a hint of cherry and easy balanced tannins. (2015)

Caroline Gilby MW 2015


Fine aromas of white peach and ahint of orabnge blossom. Good weight in mouth, ripe and textured with notes of white peach, pear, spice and a long mineral finish. (2014)

Caroline Gilby MW 2014


Creamy lemon fruit, restrained but greater weight of intense fruit giving better balance to the oak.Austere now but very young and closed and needs some more time to open out and show more exotic, ripe fruit.

Elizabeth Gabay MW 2016

Hangács Egri Bikavér Superior

Kékfrankos and Cabernet Franc very evident in this wine with perfumed, blue flowers with leafy greenness and mineral, inky notes finishing with dry tannins. Soft Merlot plum and spice give a soft ripeness for balance. A fine elegant and well-integrated wine. (2013)

Elizabeth Gabay MW 2013


Ripe blacberries, sour cherry, plum, sweet spice, lavender, chocolate, slight smoky aromas comlemented by truffle and forest soil on the nose. Long lively acidity, well balanced structure with fine tannins and good body. Great ageing potencial, a really elegant wine. (2013)

Caroline Gilby MW 2013

Szeretettel Rose

Delicious appetising dry elegant and fine rose. (2015)

Caroline Gilby MW 2015

Csakegyszoval Pinot

Ripe rasberry fruit aromas. On the palate, abundant, juicy, sweet, ripe, rasberry and cherry fruit, with delicate perfumed floral notes and hints of vanilla.Beautifully balanced by savoury.gamey structure. Love it- gives Burgundy a run for its money.

Elizabeth Gabay MW 2016


Wines Details

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