Villány, Dunántú

Moric

Balaton Riesling/Furmint 2018

2018 | Riesling + Furmit
Moric Project (Roland Velich)
Villa Tolnay; Lake Balaton region, Hungary

Saline, lemons, fresh white florals; great acid with mineral backing.
— 15 days ago

Daniel, Lyle and 24 others liked this

Heimann

Szekszárd Kadarka

John Howard
9.2

So lean and pretty. — 4 months ago

Eric, Ceccherini and 7 others liked this

Kreinbacher

Brut Prestige Furmint

Kreinbacher Prestige Brut
One of the best champagnes I’ve ever tasted!
— a year ago

Pannonhalmi Főapátság

Tricollis Rosé

Great value rosé! Smooth, rounded finish. — 3 years ago

Péter Wetzer

Kékfrankos

Fresh flowers, dark fruits, bubble gum on the nose. Medium tannins give nice structure, there’s good length, great balance, beguiling effervesence, everything in place. More savory than fruity with engaging green flavors from whole bunch pressing. Exactly what an excellent “domain” blaufrankisch (kékfrankos) ought to be. — 12 days ago

Somlói Apátsági Pince

Furmint 2019

Wow. Furmint is awesome. — 8 months ago

Sauska

Cuvée 7 Villány Merlot Blend 2015

Some cedar and cooking spices, dark fruit and a little meaty leathery. Really good and well balanced. — 3 years ago

Somlói Vándor

Nagy-Somlói Juhfark

Really easy to like. Dusty stone dominates the nose with hints of pear and quince. Palate follows with the same mineral driven structure with stones and saline leading into a beautiful and zesty pear and lemon with hints of spice. Kind of feels like Muscadet on steroids. — 4 months ago

Tom and LM liked this

Attila Gere

Kopár Villány Cuvée Red Blend 2017

Superbly balanced Boudreaux blend. — 8 months ago

Somlói Apátsági Pince

Juhfark 2013

Alder Yarrow
9.5

There is really only one grape variety that I know of in the world that deserves to always have an exclamation mark: Juhfark! Or as I like to shout, Juhfaaaaaaaark! (pronounced you-fark). Grown only on the tiny little hill of Somló, an ancient underwater volcano, in Southwestern Hungary, it is among my favorite grape varieties and simply one of the world’s coolest wines. @sap_somlo is one of the best producers of it, coaxing out its bee pollen and chamomile scents and electric neon lemon, citrus peel, and yellow herb flavors, all layered on top of the deep volcanic minerality. The longer you let these wines age, the more they taste like rocks. Tired of the same old flavors in your white wines? Get thee some Juhfark! — a year ago

Adriana, Hermes and 5 others liked this