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Hungarian Dry Whites? Forge Ahead

“Who even knew Hungary made dry white wines? The country is best known for Tokaji aszu, gorgeously honeyed, lavishly sweet wines of such balance and precision that they can accompany savory meals. The history of this legendary wine stretches back centuries, and most likely, near the beginning, the wines were more dry than sweet. Now, in the post-Communist age, Hungary is making dry whites again, and some of the wines are stunningly distinctive and delicious.”

“…2007 furmint from Royal Tokaji, with beguiling aromas of exotic fruit, Asian spices and anise.”

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Eric Asimov, February 9, 2010
Hungarian Dry Whites? Forge Ahead