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Oremus - 2010 - Tokaji Aszu 5 Puttonyos - 750 ml.

$80.00
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Hungary - Tokaji

Furmit

Dessert - Vintage: 2010 - Size: 750 ml.

"Tokaj, the wine of kings and king of wines" is how Louis XIV described it when he tasted it and the legend of the Tokaj has steadily grown over its more than four hundred year history. Yet it would not be until 1630 when the greatness of the Oremus vineyard was first mentioned and today it enjoys the highest universal recognition. The Tokaj area, Tokaj-Hegyalja is located on a mountain chain in north-eastern Hungary. The town of Tolcsva and the Oremus wineries are located in geographical centre of that region. In 2002, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee recognised the exceptional winemaking conditions of the Tokaj region, its secular capacity to foster culture and its value, and awarded it World Heritage status. In 1993, just 3 years after the fall of Communism, the Alvarez family turned its sights to Hungary and founded Tokaj-Oremus Viñedos y Bodegas. The estate's activities are mainly based in Tolcsva, where a modern winemaking winery was built in 1999 and is connected to the maze of cellars that have been found there since the 13th century. The Álvarez family placed great emphasis on the respectful and detailed study of this wine to establish its production process and its history. It also strived as far as possible to conserve the tradition when it oversaw the works to build the new winery. In order to manage the new project, which was based around one of the best located and most iconic vineyards of the region, it recruited a driven professional team, with in-depth knowledge of the land, and it looked for an experienced and full-time local winemaker to place it at the head of that group.

SKU: A3324
Vendor: Oremus
Wine Spectator: 95

Golden amber in the glass, this delightful Hungarian sweet wine has aromas of canned apricot, ripe peach and white flowers. In the mouth, there are flavors of lemon curd, peach and apricot, with nice heft and balance on the palate. Increased acidity keeps this wine absolutely delicious and not too sweet. 

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