Treasures of Hungary
Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Like all wine-producing countries in Eastern Europe (and there are many), Hungary is still in the throes of restructuring its wine business in the post-communist era. Ask anyone to name a Hungarian wine and they will scratch around mentally and come up with Bull's Blood, the exotically named chunky red that has long defined the nation's viniculture. Since the turn of the century, local varieties have been re-established as the native wine scene burgeons with the help of western expertise.
Join us as we explore some of these indigenous varietals that have so long been a mystery to the UK wine scene.