by Elizabeth Gabay MW The variety Kadarka has similarities to Pinot Noir; with bright sour-cherry, raspberry and spice fruit, lively acidity and silky tannins. It can successfully make a range of wines from fresh fruity styles to more intense, structured wines. The wines’ deceptive delicacy has

by Caroline Gilby MW Hungarians love their wine, each drinking around 30 litres every year. Apart from Tokaj, Hungarians are most proud of their reds, even though around two-thirds of the country’s vineyards are planted with white varieties. At one time though Hungary exported at least 80% of