Deep gold colour. Nose of dried fruits but also the in first stages of red fruits, particularly strawberry and gooseberry along with deeper notes of cedar and tropical hardwoods. The palate has very intense acids, and a long, long finish. The sweetnesss superbly balanced by the acidity.
About the Winery
The Disznókő estate was named after the rock hiding beside the belvedere that resembled the shape of a wild boar in the past according to the local people. The estate was declared as a first-class vineyard in the 1772 classification lies on 150 hectares in the southern part of the Tokaj wine region.
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