Tag: hungary

Natural Wine is Now Legal: Hungarian Wine Law Joins the Modern World

Last August, I wrote a story here that didn’t make me very happy, but needed to be written. A friend

box of wine

Vinography Unboxed: Week of 6/13/21

Hello and welcome to my weekly dig through the pile of wine samples that show up asking to be tasted.

Front page of Hungarian Winemakers Journal

Hungarian Wine Authorities Don’t Seem to Know Anything About Wine

The people in charge of Hungarian wine seem to believe that orange wine, pétillant naturel, natural wines, low-sulfur wines, and

I’ll Drink to That: Ben Howkins of the Royal Tokaji Wine Company

Episode 390 of I’ll Drink to That! was released recently and features Ben Howkins, a founding director of the Royal

Volcano’s Elixir: The wines of Somló, Hungary

I was on my third day in paradise when I had one of those flashes of insight that wine writers

Love is All You Need: The Magical Wines of Imre Kaló

The road from Tokaj to Eger, Hungary, tells something of the country’s story. An early spring afternoon shows lush, gently

Hungary: Where It’s Tough to be a Wine Critic

Here in America, our government doesn’t produce its own wine, it just reserves the right to monopolize the power to

Hungarian Wine on My Doorstep

After nearly five years of writing about wine on the Internet, you wouldn’t believe all the things that I’ve been