Bikavérmousse: the taming of the bull
Katalin Tóth of Tóth Ferenc Winery in Eger has long been practicing the „alchemy” of pairing chocolate and wine, and she has a relatively easy job to do so: partially [&helli
Fabulous Furmint wines in London
Avoid alliterations – says a funny collection of rules for writers, but it is hard to avoid it in case of Furmint, especially if a whole month (obviously February) is dedicated t
Do not miss the largest indoor tasting in Hungary!
On 15 February more than 220 wineries await keen winelovers in Budapest at the largest indoor wine tasting of Hungary. Relaxed atmosphere, tasting zone for foreign professionals, m
Hey Paris, we are going!
Wine Paris expo debut was more than succesful last year, wine writers, buyers lauded the event loudly, and as a consequence the 2nd edition is going to be larger (joined […]
29 February: Volcanic Badacsony in NY Café, Budapest
God gives us an extra day this year, obviously we should celebrate the leap-day with wine! Badacsony wine region is situated on the north of lake Balaton (one of the […]
18 January Vince Day – heart warming event in the cold
As we wrote earlier, Vince Day is the day dedicated to the patron of the vineyard (Saint Vincent) and is celebrated with several programmes in Villány. Bock Cellar awaits guests [
„Best of” tasting of Hungarian wines in Krakow, Poland
„Polish and Hungarian: two good friends” – an old, often quoted saying predestines our neighbouring countries for mutual and fruitful trade. But friendship is not enough when
Wine of the week: the new Sparkling Sauvignon Blanc
Etyeki Kúria is wellknown for its crystal clear, elegant, fruity wines, and recently, due to head winemaker Sándor Mérész experimentation with traditional techniques is also in
Hotter harvest? Problem is solved!
Climate change challanges winemakers in many ways, in Hungary hotter summers, earlier harvest dates at higher temperature is one of the most serious problem wineries face with.
Did you know? Tokaj and its pre-historic vine
Century old, thick and wrinkled vines are relatively easy to find, but how about million-year-old vines? Tokaj boasts with the second oldest classification system from 1737 (after