£24.95

A special selection including a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc and one of Cabernet Franc from Frittmann Winery with a limited edition label celebrating the heroic efforts of NHS workers. With each purchase you will be supporting the lifesaving work carried out by our health services through a donation to NHS Charities Together.

 

Frittmann Cabernet Franc 2017

   An intense, medium-bodied red wine with a bouquet of red berries including, cranberry, raspberry and a red cherry aroma with a hint of chocolate. The tantalizing fruitiness on the palate is beautifully rounded-out by toasted notes from the oak barrel ageing.

Food Pairing Recommendation

   It is the perfect drink accompaniment to beef stew, steak, game dishes and lamb chops. It also pairs very well with hard cheese.

Serving temperature: 16-18°C

Winery: Frittmann Winery, Kunság

Grape Variety: Cabernet Franc

Soil Type: Sandy  

Fermentation: Tank fermentation

Alcohol Content: 13.0%                   

Bottle Size: 0.75l

Specialty: Vegan


 

Frittmann Sauvignon Blanc 2019

   Refreshing white wine with an intense elderflower aroma complemented by citrus and herbal notes. Light to medium-bodied with balanced acidity, this crisp and youthful wine has everything we love an old-world Sauvignon Blanc for. A delightful palate of citrus fruit and green herbs is followed by a long, fruity-floral finish.

Food Pairing Recommendation

   Sauvignon Blanc always makes for a great aperitif, but it's also the perfect accompaniment to poultry and fish as well as creamy pasta dishes or light mezze plates. Pair it with feta, ricotta, mascarpone or mozzarella to create a memorable cheese board.

Serving temperature: 10-12°C

Winery: Frittmann Winery, Kunság

Grape Variety: Sauvignon Blanc

Soil Type: Sandy  

Fermentation: Tank fermentation

Alcohol Content: 12.5%                   

Bottle Size: 0.75l

Specialty: Vegan


 

About the Winemaker

The multi-generational Frittmann winery is run by brothers and James and Stephen, carrying on the family traditional in the Great Hungarian Plain. They have achieved the two most prestigious recognitions in Hungary, becoming Winemaker of the Year in 2007 and Winery of the Year in 2015.