A native grape of Hungary–don’t let the spelling or pronouncation get in the way of enjoying a great wine–it is remarkably easy to pronounce and unbelievably easy to enjoy. Probably a combination of two grapes Kövérszőlő and Leányka. this wine should be in your wine vocabulary and in particular this producers version. this wine offers a delight combination of dryness balanced with high acid mid-range alcohol. Notes of pear and Calville Blanc d’Hiver apple (yes this specific apple)–which I have only found at the Greenmarket at Union Square in New York, hint of Meyer lemon zest, blanketed with a kiss of cardamom, cinnamon and almond. Great to pair with Asian fare and seafood.
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