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Disznoko Tokaji Aszu 5 Puttonyos 2010 500ml

Rated 94 - Tasted at the Disznóko vertical in London, the 2010 Tokaji Aszu 5 Puttonyos is a blend of 65% Furmint, 20% Zéta and 15% Hárslevelu...
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Disznoko Tokaji Aszu 6 Puttonyos 2002 500ml

Rated 90 - A zippy version, with lemon, orange peel, honey and mineral flavors. It's mouthwatering and on the lean side, but long and satisfying....
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Disznoko Tokaji Late Harvest Sweet 2017 500ml

Pale to golden yellow. The heady intensity of wild flowers and fresh fruits (peach, plum, citrus, honey) abound in the bouquet. Velvety and...
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Kiralyudvar Cuvee Ilona 2010 500ml

Rated 96 - The 2010 Tokaji Cuvée Ilona is a noble late-[harvest cuvée that blends 55% Furmint, 34% Hárslevel? and 11% Muskotály from the crus...
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Kiralyudvar Cuvee Patricia 2012 500ml

Rated 93 - The golden, sightly orange colored 2012 Tokaji Cuvée Patrícia is unmistakably Muscat (Muskotály in Hungarian), a floral, ethereal...
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Kiralyudvar Tokaji 6 Puttonyos Aszu Lapis 2006 500ml

Rated 98 - The 2006 Tokaji Aszú Lapis 6 Puttonyos is a pure Furmint bottled with 10% alcohol and 239 grams of residual sugar (total acidity: 11.4...

500ml Hungary Tokaj

Hungary was once considered one of the world's leading wine countries, with their distinctive and flavorful wines being the favorites of Europe's royal families until the early 20th century and the fall of the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary. The Soviet Union all but obliterated Hungary's wine traditions, replacing their unique produce with the sweet and characterless red wines the country is still often associated with, yet thankfully, the past twenty five years has seen an impressive return to form. All over the historic Tokaj region, craftsmen and master vintners are using the grape varietals which thrive on the hillsides in the hot summers and long autumns to once again produce the amazingly flavored Tokaji wines – a wine made by allowing the grapes to wither on the vine, thus concentrating the sugars and producing remarkable flavors and aromas of marzipan, dried fruits, pear and candied peel.