The New Douro – exciting, memorable, stunning – join the producers in London

Posted on October 20, 2016 by | No comments yet

THE NEW DOURO. Taste along the River.
The Vinyl Factory SOHO
Monday, November 7th 2016

More info: http://www.thenewdouro.pt/

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Wines of Hungary at SITT

Posted on September 12, 2016 by | No comments yet

Wines of Hungary at SITT

 

Monday Sept. 19th in Manchester

Wednesday Sept. 21st in London

To register visit www.sittastings.com/register

“this century has seen an increased appreciation of Hungary’s indigenous grapes and her more traditional wines, which have benefited from improved winemaking and the commitment of passionate smaller producers”
Jancis Robinson MW www.jancisrobinson.com

 

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Visit us on Table D in the Emerging Regions Section

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About Wines of Hungary

If you’re looking for wines that really have a sense of place, are authentic and are doing great things with indigenous varieties then it’s time to discover Hungarian wines

Find 4 very different producers each looking for business partners and distribution in the on and off trade

CLICK HERE for our specific brochure for SITT and find out more about the wineries and the wines you’ll be able to taste 

At Wines of Hungary it’s our job to support the producers and support the UK trade

We are based in the UK to help you with promotion, support and knowledge

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Caroline Gilby MW
Caroline Gilby MW will be on the stand in London from 2pm to 4pm: the UK’s leading expert on Hungarian Wines – come and pick her brains, find out more about the potential Hungary offers to the UK trade. https://carolinegilby.wordpress.com

 

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Discover the producers

Attila Gere  This 70 hectare estate in Villany, is one of Hungary’s most well known wineries. They will be showing new wines that have never graced these shores before including one of the top wines of the region, Kopar, and a wine from a variety called Portugieser sometimes also known as Oporto which has absolutely nothing to do with Portugal what-so-ever!! 

St Andrea  Hungary’s wine icon and wine-maker of the year in 2009, Dr György Lőrincz, is amongst those rejuvenating the country’s winemaking. His St Andrea winery is amongst the leaders in re-establishing important Hungarian varietals such as the white Furmint and Hárslevelü and the peppery, red Kadarka.

Nimrod Kovacs Meet Monika Kovacs in London, and talk to her about this fascinating (principally on-trade) project owned by the ex head of HBO the movie channel. Interesting branding (connections/feelings – e.g. rapsody and soul), single variety Furmint, minimal intervention, minimal chemicals, restricted yield. Top notch stuff!

Csányi Winery A winery with volume and flexibility! Csányi Winery is the largest company in the Villány region with 375 hectares and annual production of 2 million bottles. With their text book Cabernets (Sauvignon and Franc) discover what Villány does best – great value and great quality.

 

Contact: Lilla O’Connor
tel: 0777 0556570
email: [email protected]
web: www.winehungary.co.uk/trade
facebook: @wineHU