- Appellation: Vin de Table
- Region: Bükk
- Country: Hungary
- Colour: Orange
- Grape Varieties: Királyleányka
- Soil type: Clay, Loess, Tufa, Volcanic, Rhyolite
- Vessel type: Wood - Old oak, Other
- Low sulphite.
Notes on additives, aids & processing used:
- No temperature control.
- Total Sulphites: 30 mg/L
- This wine is fermented spontaneously.
- Other Information:10 day skin macerated single vineyard wine, fermented in tanks, kept on lees for a long time and at last was put into used oak barrels for 3 months. We produced 651 bottles.
Wines from a small estate – in the last phase of conversion to organic viticulture – near the village called Barabás, in the N-E Hungary. Old vines, volcanic terroir and minimal intervention in the cellar. Annamária is the winemaker, who is educated as horticulturist and agronomist and also works in the natural wine import and hospitality business in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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