Terra Hungarica Please find a selection of organic wine from Terra Hungarica: http://terrahungarica.hu/
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PÓSTA WINERY, Szekszárd

Pósta is one of the most dynamic winery in the Szekszárd region and belongs one of the few that pay attention to natural viniculture and still make wine with spontaneous fermentation and minimal intervention. See video here: http://mitiszol.hu/vineyard/posta-borhaz-szekszard/

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Blanc 2014 1.499 Ft
A white blend made of olaszrizling and sauvignon blanc. True to the 2014 vintage, it has pronounced acidity, however it has everything to be enjoyed on its own or as a spritzer.

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Noir 2012 – 1.690 Ft

A red blend of the estate that offers great price and quality ratio year by year. Based on cabernet franc, the vintage 2012 has pure fruity flavours and is a great choice in every circumstances!

WASSMANN PINCÉSZET, Villány

Unprecedented biodynamic mini estate from one of the most popular wine region of Hungary, that has earned recognition with its Demeter certification (internationally recognised biodynamic trademark) and its high quality but still very drinkable wines. See video here: http://mitiszol.hu/vineyard/wassmann-pince-villany/

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Rozé 2014 – 1.798 Ft

Thanks to the characteristics of the 2014 vintage, the Wassmanns have also produced a rosé that counterweights the industrial rosé wines dominating the Hungarian wine market. Unlike techno rosés, it has moderate but elegant aromas with lots of fruits. If you would like to drink rosé made only from grapes, we highly recommend this great example!

MEINKLANG, Somló

Thanks to the characteristics of the 2014 vintage, the Wassmanns have also produced a rosé that counterweights the industrial rosé wines dominating the Hungarian wine market. Unlike techno rosés, it has moderate but elegant aromas with lots of fruits. If you would like to drink rosé made only from grapes, we highly recommend this great example!

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Meinklang Sziklafehér 2014 – 2.699 Ft

A Demeter-certified biodynamic estate, a true traditional farm as it used to be at the Hungarian- Austrian border, that today not only makes wines in Burgenland but also in Somló, a solitary volcanic hill near Balaton. True to their style, they make real, natural wines that also reflects the fantastic terroir of Somló. See video here: http://mitiszol.hu/vineyard/meinklang-somlo-burgenland/

 

HUMMEL PINCÉSZET, Villány

A white blend from Somló, that we recommend especially to those who prefer to skip the challenging 2014 vintage. If you taste this great example, you will change your opinion, guaranteed! Despite the difficulties of 2014, Sziklafehér has ripe acidity, lots of fruits and it is very easy to drink. A Hungarian wine not to miss under 10 euros.

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Hummel Portugieser 2014 – 2.499 Ft

Horst Hummel has been making wine in Villány since 1998, and he was certainly not lazing around: today he cultivates 8 hectares of vineyard organically (certified), and belongs to one of the few farmers who also pay special attention to the local grape Portugieser. Thanks to his organic grapes and spontaneous fermentation his wines taste very natural and are rich in flavours. Read more about Hummel here: http://mitiszol.hu/vineyard/hummel-pinceszet-villany/

 

TERRA HUNGARICA – Authentic wines from the heart of Europe

Founded in 2011, Terra Hungarica aims to promote authentic wines from Hungary as well as the whole of the Carpathian basin, an ecological oneness beyond political borders in Central-Eastern Europe. Comprising exceptional terroirs and home to many recently recognized and yet to be discovered grape varieties, with its continental climate the region is a perfect place for authentic wine growing.

All producers under our flag adhere to the following fundamental rules:

– using grapes from within the specific wine region and selling only bottled wine outside the region,
– farming: avoiding the use of systemic chemicals that go into the sap of the plant, artifical fertilizers, and harvesting machinery,
– wine making: avoiding chaptalisation, the use of added yeasts, additives, enzymes, stabilizers, nutritions and all manipulation techniques.

Please find more information at www.terrahungarica.hu

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