£14.79

Beautiful, pale ruby colour and perfumed nose with slowly developing aromas of berries and fresh sour cherries. Fairly low in alcohol and light on the palate, but with a firm structure and delicate acidity. A finish of red fruits, accompanied by the zesty flavour of fresh Kadarka grapes. A gentle and restrained wine with lots of freshness.


Food Pairing

Goes very well with pork dishes, such as a tenderloin with shiitake mushrooms, while the grape's natural freshness perfectly complements rich Asian dishes like Bombay potatoes, as well as the aromatic smokiness of paprika in Hungarian classics like Paprikash chicken. Serve alongside semi-hard cheeses including Cheddar and Red Leicester.

Serving temperature: 14-16°C

Grape variety: Kadarka

Soil type: Brown forest soil on volcanic stones

Fermentation: Tank fermentation for 2 weeks

Alcohol content: 12.0%                   

Bottle size: 0.75l 

Specialty: Vegetarian

Tóth Ferenc Winery, Eger - Protected Designation of Origin (PDO)

Ferenc Tóth's winery is a true family enterprise, with multiple generations working hand in hand to provide you with wines that further enhance the reputation of the Eger region in northern Hungary. The driving force behind it all is Ferenc Tóth himself, a multiple award-winning oenologist born and raised locally and known as the ‘ambassador’ of the indigenous Kadarka grape. Under his guidance, the whole estate is working passionately to create wines of real character that will make any occasion special.

Bombay Potatoes

Feel yourself transported a continent away by these delicious Bombay potatoes featuring a Hungarian twist, this aromatic and fragrant dish encapsulates all that is great about fusion cuisine. Using simple ingredients and quick to prepare, it makes a great side for curry dishes but can easily be the main course on its own as well.

 

Chicken Paprikash with Noodles

Chicken Paprikash, called Paprikás Csirke in Hungarian, is a popular weekend staple and a classic of the Hungarian culinary arts. As suggested by its name, smoky and aromatic paprika is at the heart of the dish, which combines simple ingredients into comfort food paradise.