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This is an immediately drinkable Riesling. Granny Smith and Nashi pear to the fore. A spattering of lemon and lime and that ever present hallmark of sweet but tangy sherbet. The off dry sugar level adds a juiciness to the mid palate and the fine and well etched acidity, whilst supple throughout, provides a crispness and persistence on the finish. Fun and frivolous, but also quite stylish and refined. Suitable to be enjoyed chilled in youth, yet delivering a promise of something more evocative and complex with a few years careful cellaring.
Danch and Granger
In contrast to the Origo blend, Stéphanie never blends anything with Lónyai. This is a stand alone site. Tarcal is usually defined largely by loess soils, but it is of course more complicated than that. There is also chalk, dacite, and perlite that make vineyards like Lónyai susceptible to erosion but not as water retentive as clay. The acids here are sour and need aging, but once they balance out, it’s one of the most elegant and intense Hárslevelűs in the region. Built to age, ideally we drink this 3-5 years after vintage.
A wine that is light golden in color, it has a pronounced and expressive nose. This wine has intense aromas of spice, pollen and elderflower. On the palate it is fresh and intense – lemon and ripe limes initially and then tropical flavours come through to a very long finish.
Grandes Places Selections
This juicy wine with peach and pineapple flavors is fresh, crisply textured and tangy. Lemon fruits at the end give the wine a great lift.
"“It’s an easy drinking wine with lots of fruit. It’s round, very typical chardonnay. It even has a bit of fat and richness. The vinification is quite different for the different cuvées. The Macon-Davayé is 100 per cent stainless steel. I leave a lot of sediment, because I want to preserve the fruit.” -Winemaker Damien Martin