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SZENT GAÁL Szekszárdi Kadarka 2019

Ruby coloured red wine specialty from the warm climate Szekszárd region of Hungary, made from hand-picked berries of the indigenous Kadarka grape. Light and crisp, with a lively and vibrant red fruit flavour, as cherry, raspberry and strawberry initially jump from the glass, rounded out by spicy notes characteristic of Kadarka. There is a stemmy earthiness to the wine, with a fine acidity.

Food Pairing

It is the perfect accompaniment to pan fried salmon, lighter spiced chicken dishes and delicately flavoured, washed-rind cheeses.

Serving temperature: 14°C

Grape variety: Kadarka

Soil type: Loess

Fermentation: Controlled in steel tank

Alcohol content: 12.0%                   

Bottle size: 0.75l

Awards:Asia Wine Challenge 2021 - Silver Medal

Szent Gaál Winery, Szekszárd - Protected Designation of Origin (PDO)

Centered around a baroque-style chateau, the Szent Gaál winery encompasses 23 hectares of prime vineyards across three parcels, each with its own unique character. Traditional red grape varieties are cultivated in areas most suited to their temperament, benefiting from the variety of soil types and subtle differences in micro-climate present throughout the Szekszárd wine region. Under the careful supervision of female winemaker Ilona Posevitz, the grapes are harvested by hand and vinified using traditional methods, creating approachable wines which bring the warmth and kindness of the region and its people to your table.

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