Kovács Nimród NJK Nagy-Eged Grand Cru 2009 – 93 Points – James Melendez

I loved my Hungarian experience last year.  I call my journey’s ‘foot-on-ground’  While I explored Budapest–I didn’t get to explore it all.  There are still things I need to do on my next visits.  Budapest is both a place that met and exceeded my expectations.  But it also left me for a longing to explore more of Budapest and their wine countries.

On the Széchenyi Chain Bridge Chain Bridge on the Danube in Budapest

Back to the wine:

This wine is a composition of:

  • 73% Kékfrankos
  • 20% Pinot Noir
  • 7% Syrah

Spend 24 months in:

  • 70% Hungarian oak
  • 30% French oak

13.9% ABV

Scent characteristics of blackberry, black cherry, suede-leather, moist forest floor, pepper and spice notes
FL black cherry, boysenberry, moist earth, violets, red pepper and cardamom.

Egészségére,

James

James the Wine Guy

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About James Melendez

I have two blogs on this descriptor page--I use to be able to make separate. My fragrance blog is to express my thoughts on fragrance. A passion in addition to wine. I think it is a stellar component to the senses and that which I am in love with. I hope you like both blogs. My "wine" blog also incorporates those categories intimately involved - wine, food, travel and lifestyle. We all need food and water to survive but we need wine to nourish our soul. My favourite varietals are Pinot Noir, Nebbiolo, Grenache, Syrah-Shiraz.. for my red wines. And I often circle back to these varieties and sometimes they are my home varieties. The journey of wine is an historical footnote also marked by viti-viniculture and artistry that makes this beverage a living one. I have worked professionally in the wine trade and have loved all aspects; marketing, history, science and art of wine. © 2014 James Meléndez / James the Wine Guy— All Rights Reserved – for my original Content, logo, brand name, rating, rating graphic and award and designs of James the Wine Guy. James the Wine Guy also on Facebook, Twitter and most major social medias.
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