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This Tokaji Dry Szamorodni is an intriguing and exciting wine, made in a style that was once in favour throughout the region, however now on the brink of dying out.
Once opened the aromas are reminiscent of a fino or barbadillo Sherry, as the oxidative nutty flavours are a delightful accent to a rich honey note. The botrytised berries offer richness, a touch of dried apricot and a light muscat florality. One wouldn't place this as a 2003 vintage as the wine is still bursting with freshness and showing plenty of ageing capability.
A great pairing would be with Spanish garlic prawns, cured mangalitza ham or tomato insalata.
Serving temperature: 12-14°C
Grape variety: Furmint
Soil type: Volcanic
Fermentation: Spontaneous in stainless steel tank
Ageing: 16 years in oak barrel
Alcohol content: 12.5%
Bottle size: 0.5l
Special feature: Vegan
Paangold Winery, Tokaj - Protected Designation of Origin (PDO)
The Paangold family winery builds on the centuries of local viticultural and vinicultural traditions of the Tokaj region, creating unique vintages that proudly represent this noble lineage. Father and son work side-by-side to bring you characteristic wines that express their volcanic origin with effortless grace.
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