Posts Tagged Hungary


Sweet Dreams Are Made This


It’s late morning on a grey, overcast day and there’s a solitary man sitting between a row of vines near the Hungarian town of Tokaj.

He’s checking every grape and picking only those with the right amount of desiccation and “noble” rot, (botrytis cinerea).

It’s a lengthy, painstaking job that can take weeks of passing up and down the vineyard for those perfect grapes – or aszú berries, as they become known (and first mentioned in the 16th century). (more…)

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