Category Archives: Kékfrankos

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 … Continue reading

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Pfneiszl Sopron Kekfrancos 2009 – 9.1 – James Melendez

Black cherry, fennel, chile Ancho. Scent of rose petals and cedar box. Importer: ¡Salud! *** A plethora of wine reviews from wines regions around the world. Read more of my wine reviews: © 2011 James Meléndez / Jaime Patricio Meléndez … Continue reading

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Pfneiszl Sopron Kékfrankos – 2007 – 8.9 – James Melendez

I think of a Kékfrankos (Blaufränkisch) as being the closest to rose petals if rose petals tasted good.  This wine has notes of seared black plum, focused spice and rose petal.  A fantastic wine that is markedly different from other … Continue reading

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