Controlled fermentation in stainless steel tanks and then aged 6 months in Hungarian oak barrels.
Prime example of late harvest sweet wines of the Tokaj region of Hungary.
Made from a selection of overripe and botrytized grapes, harvested by hand in late autumn.
A wine with a marked mineral character, complex and fruity, expressing the varietal characteristics of Furmint and Sarga Muskotály. These varieties provide a great balance of sweetness and acidity, crowned by a long, creamy finish.
Variable temperatures at the beginning of the year after a long winter, followed by ever-changing weather until late spring.
Rainy and humid summer, with a sunny August that helped to maintain good acidity during the harvest.
Good conditions in early autumn for the development of noble rot, resulting in high-quality botrytized berries and exceptional aromas for both this wine and the famous Aszú wine.
Volcanic soil, very rich in minerals.