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Hungarian White Wines

Dobogo, Furmint, 2016 (Case) Dobogo, Furmint, 2016 (Case)
£140.00
£109.00
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This aromatic varietal produces a young, intense, highly mineral wine with a creamy texture. Classic Furmint lively fruitiness, pear, lime and quince.
Gál Tibor Egri Csillag, (Case) Gál Tibor Egri Csillag, (Case)
£67.00
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Light and fresh, with good acidity, this wine has a pale golden hue and floral and citrus aromas with a minerally finish.
Gál Tibor, Titi Egri Bikavér, (Case) Gál Tibor, Titi Egri Bikavér, (Case)
£78.00
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An easy-going, elegant and zesty Eger Bikav�r, a blend of K�kfrankos, Kadarka, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir, harvested from volcanic rhyolite tuff. It is elegant with lots of red fruit flavours and a mineral finish.
Koch, Cserszegi Fuszeres, 2018 (Case) Koch, Cserszegi Fuszeres, 2018 (Case)
£62.00
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This dry white wine is made out of the indigenous Cserszegi Fszeres grape and harvested by hand. Delightful aromatics offering notes of lychee, flowers and gooseberry, a vibrant wine with lovely freshness and orange peel spice finish.
Patricius, Tokaji Furmint Dry, 2017 (Case) Patricius, Tokaji Furmint Dry, 2017 (Case)
£76.00
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Fresh and light white with walnut, almond and mint aromas and flavours with hints of honey. Complex with a long finish.
Royal Tokaji, Mezes Maly Dry Furmint, 2016 (Case) Royal Tokaji, Mezes Maly Dry Furmint, 2016 (Case)
£116.00
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Made with fruit from the legendary first growth vineyard Mezes Maly, this is Hungary's equivalent to a Grosses Gewachs Riesling trocken or a Grand Cru White Burgundy; but without the price tag! Mezes Maly's characteristics are based around its translation as 'honey pot'. Its incredibly long and exquisitely balanced aromas and flavours combine the very essence of aszu wines.
Royal Tokaji, The Oddity Dry Furmint, 2016 (Case) Royal Tokaji, The Oddity Dry Furmint, 2016 (Case)
£74.00
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The Oddity is a crisp wine with lovely acidity. It is complex, elegant and balanced, exhibiting plenty of fruit on the nose and palate. The Oddity can be enjoyed by the glass with a bowl of olives; it partners well with dishes with chili and warm spices as well as cream sauces or garlic.
St Tamas, Dongó, Tokaji Dry Furmint, 2015 (Case) St Tamas, Dongó, Tokaji Dry Furmint, 2015 (Case)
£202.00
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Bold white fruit and citrus combined with volcanic mineralogy on the nose, feels very elegant and lean on the palate, with lemon, quince, pears and flint. Fairly high fresh acidity, Very long finish.
St Tamas, Dry Furmint, 2012 (Case) St Tamas, Dry Furmint, 2012 (Case)
£270.00
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The wines of this vineyard show real complexity, minerality, depth and elegance. Full bodied, intense, layered white wine with long, mineral finish.
St Tamas, MAD Dry Furmint, 2015 150cl (Case) St Tamas, MAD Dry Furmint, 2015 150cl (Case)
£168.00
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Want to be a bit different? Try this unusual white full of orange blossom and elderflower, just off dry in style. Great!
St Tamas, MAD Dry Furmint, 2016 (Case) St Tamas, MAD Dry Furmint, 2016 (Case)
£77.00
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Want to be a bit different? Somewhere between Loire Chenin and Chablis in style, this refreshing white wine expressing both the varietal character of the Furmint variety and the typical minerality of the vineyards of M�d village. Well structured and well balanced, wonderfully elegant blend of apricot and peaches with a warming, ginger spice. Just off dry in style with great structure and mineralit…
St Tamas, Nyulászó Hárslevel?, 2015 (Case) St Tamas, Nyulászó Hárslevel?, 2015 (Case)
£137.00
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Elegant medium bodied white wine made the from H�rslevel variety. Expressing both the varietal floral and fruity character with great minerality.
St Tamas, Percze Dry Furmint, 2015 (Case) St Tamas, Percze Dry Furmint, 2015 (Case)
£202.00
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A slightly honeyed nose gives way to a powerful palate combining fresh white fruits, orange peel, enlivening acidity supported by a moreish underlying minerality.

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