Exciting Wines from Romania at Prowein

As well as talking about Hungary ( as previously posted), I will be talking about the exciting and dynamic wine scene that is Romania today.  11am each day hall 15, stand G37



And just as a reminder for Hungary




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Prosecco and the Long Shadow of Lambrusco

A few thoughts on lessons parallels between Prosecco and Lambrusco for The Wine Society blog.


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Travelling through Terroirs

Hungary is fascinating mosaic of different regions ( 22 in all), grape varieties and Wien styles.  This masterclass at Prowein 2017 will take look at some of these and sharpen your appetite to explore further!

Register on the link below


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Behind Blue Eyes

Looking forward to talking about my perspectives on Hungary’s great red grape variety Kékfrankos (aka Blaufrankisch).  Come and find out more at Prowein 2017.

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Heumann – a love story

And here, a short version of the tale of how a Swiss-German, and now part Hungarian, couple came to be making wine in Hungary.




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Hungarian Wine Grapes – a few facts and figures.

An article for Wine of Hungary on what is grown and how much of it in Hungary.



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A Whiter Shade of Pale

Another science-heavy piece looking at how aromas and flavours in wine appear and how they change as wine ages.  The focus here is mainly on whites because that’s where the research has largely been done to date.



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