New Top 100 Hungarian Wine List Serves as a Guide for Wine Lovers

Hungary economy portal Viragazdasag have It was published This year’s Top 100 Hungarian Wines has a dual purpose: to provide a guide for Hungarian wine lovers and to act as a mirror for wine producers.

The jury tasted and compiled a list of the most popular wines from four retail chains covering the Hungarian wine market. The wines were evaluated by international oenologists and sommeliers who interact with consumers on a daily basis. The Top 100 list is also a great help for consumers. Because the wines on the list are available for purchase at retail stores.

Egri Bikavér is one of Hungary’s most famous wine varietals, also Hungaricum.
Photo: MTI/Komka Peter

The publication also discussed how Hungarian wines are perceived on the international market. Mr Roxfalvi of Palhe, his marketing commissioner for the government’s national wine, said the Grunvertellini variety was produced simply “to show the Austrians” (Grunvertellini probably originated in Austria origin). In addition, if market players speak the language of the wine business, Hungarian wines may gain international recognition.

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Aspects such as wine consumption and production, number of vineyards and wine tours, and average price per bottle of wine were considered.keep reading

In the context of wine production, climate change was also discussed, but unfortunately spares the domestic market and production. According to Lake Balaton winemaker Christian Gükli, the first loser of climate change is Hungarian white wine He added that he is constantly converting his family’s wineries to resistant cultivars, based on his experience so far.

In Hungary, wine production dates back thousands of years, and the first archaeological evidence of grapes and wine in the country dates back to the Celts in the 1st century BC.

Hungarian wine producer arealocated in the Carpathian Basin, is so diverse and unique that it deserves to compete with the most famous wine-producing regions in the world.

Hungarian vineyard Photo: Facebook

Perhaps the most famous Hungarian variety in the world is the sweet Tokaj, but foreign consumers are also increasingly making access to dry white wines. 2019, Hungary It was the sixth largest wine producer in the European Union.

Featured photo: MTI/Komka Peter New Top 100 Hungarian Wine List Serves as a Guide for Wine Lovers

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