Ezerjó Day on 16 May
Though Mór is the first wine region speaking about Ezerjó grape, Kunság, our largest wine wine region also produces a significant amount of this indigenous variety. Frittmann Winery has an iconic Ezerjó wine, which proves that this grape variety has the potential to give great barrel aged, complex white wines. As we wrote earlier, Budapest Airport has organized its very first wine contest. Frittmann Ezerjó Selection 2016 has won gold medal at this competition.
Frittmann Ezerjó Selection, 2018
The fragrance of this lemon colour wine shows notes of honey, butter and vanilla as well as some yellow-fleshed fruits. Aromas are nicely echoing the bouquet, and toasty notes appear along with flavours of apple, pear and mango. These latter ones provide a special creamy character to this wine, though keep its straight and vivid acidity as a primary structural element. Spicy aftertaste lingers on the palate. Recommended with poultry and fish dishes. Serve chilled to 14°C.
Where to find: Malux Hungarian Wine and Spirit (UK), Auchan, Lidl, CBA, CBA príma, Borvár, Magyar Borfutár, Pannon Piac, KozakItal.hu, TritonTrade.hu
And what are thos stripes on the label?
Another recent success of Frittmann Winery
Ezerjó bubbles – Frittmann WInery makes bottle fermented Ezerjó sparkling wine!
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