The wine industry is becoming increasingly organic, just like most segments of the food industry: if a product is labelled organic, we tend to dig deeper into our pockets, because the conviction that we are doing something good for our health and the environment allows us to consume the product with a clear conscience.
Dóri Tomcsányi is one of Hungary’s most successful fashion designers. Her distinctive patterns and tailoring have become her trademarks, and followers of fashion were eagerly awaiting what her inspiration would be this season. This autumn-winter collection has not disappointed anyone, with the designer proving that vines and wine are an eternal inspiration that always offers the opportunity to showcase something new.
The last few years have seen a proliferation of wine bars in Hungary. Nowadays, there is no big town or city without at least one place specialising in quality wines, where you also have a choice of wine by the glass, but fortunately, there are also new players emerging in smaller towns. We have selected a few places, but the list is by no means complete. Check out where to enjoy a glass of wine in Hungary!
Autumn is here, it’s here again, and after an exceptionally sunny October this year, let’s hope this fantastic weather continues into November. In any case, I feel like a trip to Tokaj! Who wants to join me?
Sharing knowledge about wines of Hungary has always been an important task of the Hungarian Tourism Agency. This time we would like to offer an opportunity for foreigners to get acquainted with Hungarian wine culture on a free workshop and masterclass held in Budapest.
His name is well-known not only among wine lovers, but his personality and work have elevated him to the rank of legendary among winemakers worldwide. István Szepsy Sr. celebrated his 70th birthday this year. If anyone, he is definitely worth asking about the situation in the Tokaj wine district and the future of the aszú. On the occasion of his birthday, bor.hu interviewed him about his dreams, Tokaj and the challenges of generational change.
A working wine district a few stops from the city centre, which you can visit on a weekday afternoon. Thanks to Budafok, Budapest has an attraction the likes of which very few world capitals can claim. There are young winemakers taking grassroots initiatives and a sparkling wine manufactory with a long tradition. The municipality is increasingly exploiting this potential.