Kadarka is one the most ancient varieties of the famed Szekszárd region in the south of Hungary. Grapes are harvested partly from old vines giving elegance and minerality as well as from young vines giving refreshment. It is a light bodied wine with gentle tannins. Full of raspberries and cherries on the palate, violets and spices on the nose. It begs to be drunk!
Similar profile to Spatburgunder.
“From a brother-and-sister team, a very pale tomato red, light but pleasingly fruity, a little reminiscent of Pinot Noir. As is the structure, with its fruit, acidity and relatively low tannin. Very charming and distinctive. It should be drunk fairly young. It has real personality, even if no great persistence or longevity
2020 Sebestyen Kadarka