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January 18, 2017



What an interesting and wonderful tasting. I am sorry I cannot speak Hungarian. I have here in California a bottle of Budai Zold, and of course several of the major Hungarian grapes, but I have never heard of these. It's fascinating. Tonight I am going to a tasting of some French grapes and I am bringing a wine from a fairly obscure grape, but at least I know the white version of it. These are all unknown to me. Credit to Jozsef Szentesi for doing this work, and you all are very lucky to experience it.

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