Fascinating. The thick, syrup-like texture is punctuated by vibrant acidity, which helps to carry the apricot preserve and orange peel flavors. It starts out unctuous, then lightens up on the finish, where a lemon candy note emerges
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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