Region: Hungary> Tokaj. Grape: 47% Furmint, 26% Hárslevelű, 20% Yellow Muscat, 7% Other native varietals. Notes: Indigenous Yeast.
Description: Shortly after the start of the new millennium, the genuine shortage of aszú (botrytis) harvests led us to explore other opportunities. We researched ways of producing more accessible, but equally vibrant, wines of around 100 g/L sugar (equivalent to a 4 puttonyos sweetness). Rather than selecting individual berries shriveled by botrytis, Late Harvest relies on partial bunch selection, which naturally includes ripe, overripe and botrytised berries. This combination of different ripening stages of the berries inside the bunch gives a distinctive Tokaji character, but does not require the long ageing of aszú wines.
Pale gold color with delicate aromas of exotic fruits and spice. Light and fresh on the palate with hints of white peach, the wine is medium sweet with an excellent acid balance, a silky texture and a clean, long , crisp finish.
Food Pairings: On its own or with foie gras, also ideal with aromatic and spicy Asian cuisine, etc.