Hungary has a long history of winemaking, dating back to Roman times. The country is located in Central Europe and has a continental climate with hot summers and cold winters. Hungary is known for its production of both dry and sweet wines, particularly Tokaji, which is considered one of the greatest sweet wines in the world.

Hungarian winemakers are dedicated to producing high-quality wines that reflect the unique terroir of the region. They use a variety of winemaking techniques, including oak barrel ageing and botrytisation, to create wines with complex flavours and aromas.


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The Tokaj-Hegyalja region is located in the northeastern part of Hungary and is known for its production of sweet wines made from the Furmint grape variety. The region is also famous for its production of Tokaji Aszú, a sweet wine made from botrytized grapes that are dried and then aged in oak barrels for several years. Tokaji Aszú is known for its complex flavours of honey, apricot, and orange peel, and is considered one of the greatest sweet wines in the world.

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