Homola Kékfrankos 2018

Type of wine: dry red

Grape varieties: Kékfrankos

Alcohol: 12% V/V

Acidity: 6.1 g/l

Residual sugar: 1.3 g/l

Extract: 27.8 g/l

Terroir, vineyard: Gölye-Mál in Alsóörs (limestone, clay, brown forest soil), Lapi in Tihany (volcanic – bazalt – tuff)

Technology: After the manual harvest, the healthy grapes were immediately

processed, destemmed and gently pressed, 3-4 weeks of fermentation in

open vats, 24 months of ageing in 500 l barrels.

Serving temperature: 14-16 °C

Food pairing: Perfect match with cold platters (ham, cheese, veggie – not too spicy – dips)

Bottled quantity: 2500

Retail price in Hungary: 3950 HUF / 10.2 €

Story, awards: Popular wine in bistros, restaurants in Budapest

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Balatonfüred-Csopak wine region is mostly well-known for its white wines. Although reds are quite characteristic here, the most important black grape variety is Kékfrankos as in the whole country. Northern-Balaton’s Kékfrankos are always very elegant, ripe but not tannic driven red wines and Homola’s red wine philosophy fits totally in this style. With its ruby red colour, a mixture of red berry fruits (cherry, sour cherry), earthy flavours paired with an extremely harmonious palate this wine could be fantastic for cold platters.

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