Viticultural Data

Winery: Bolyki Winery     Estate location: Eger

Vineyard: Középbérc     Soil type: Brown forest soil    Grape variety: Merlot

Oenological Data

Fermentation: Spontaneous in tank, unfiltered     Aging: 18 months in oak barrels

Technical Data

Alcohol content: 13.0%     Acidity: 5.2g/l     Residual sugar: 1.6g/l 


    International Wine Challenge 2019 - Silver Medal

    Tasting Notes

    A medium-bodied red dry wine from the world-renowned wine region of Eger. Fruity noise with hints of fresh herbs. Dynamic wine, with a rich palate of boisterous red cherries, spices and red berries. It is well balanced with supple tannins, reflecting the characteristics of the terroir, with a long chocolaty finish.

    Food Pairing Recommendation

    It goes very well with Hungarian dishes including goulash soup, beef stew and lecso, as well as steak, lamb and semi-hard cheese including Cheddar and Red Leicester.

    Serving temperature: 14-16°C

    About the Producer

    Created by first generation winemaker James Bolyki, who inherited a stone quarry from his grandfather, which he turned into a winery in 2003. He produces an exclusive range of red and white wines full of character. He is the recipient of numerous Hungarian awards including Winemaker of the Year in 2011, while his red wines have been recognised at the Challenge International du Vin every year since 2008.