Topaz in colour, with aromas of and honey hints of peach and apple. On the palate, rich and sweet citrus fruit with a fresh clean finish.
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One of the world‘s lesser-known noble grapes. Tending not to court the limelight, it usually hides behind the name of Tokaji – the ancient and famous lusciously sweet Hungarian wine of which it is the principle grape. However it is also delicious when vinified dry. With acidity levels which can preserve it for decades, complex flavours of gunflint, lime, orange, pears, which become smokier and spicier with time, it needs to be left on the vine late into the autumn to express itself fully – fiery alcohol levels often being the result. It can also be found in Slovenia, Croatia and Romania and significant plantings exist in Austria‘s Burgenland, which may be where it originated. .