Taste Hungary: Food and Wine Experiences in the New Old World

Explore the foodways, wine, and history that make Hungary’s culinary culture so unique.


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While we are not doing tastings now, The Tasting Table is currently open as a shop from 11am-3pm. If you live in Budapest, come pick up some wine for an at-home tasting (we can do curb-side pick-up)! We are offering free delivery in Budapest, and we ship in the EU. See our list of available wines and our sommelier-curated wine packages

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Buy Wine in the US

We are importers of fine Hungarian wine to the US. We are proud to offer wines on the US market from the small family wineries who we have been working with for years. Visit our dedicated US retail site where we sell curated 6-packs, a-la-carte 6-packs, and wine club subscriptions.

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Hungarian Wine Clubs, Now In the USA and Europe

Join our Wine Clubs to receive regular, curated shipments of fine Hungarian wines ... a tasting and educational adventure into the world of Hungarian wine! In Europe we ship straight from the Tasting Table. In the US, we directly import the wines through our US wine import and retail business.

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Coronavirus Updates: No Tours, Yes Wine!

Our and tastings tours are paused until April 15th (at least) due to the Coronavirus. We look forward to giving our guests great experiences when it is safe to do so again! But we are still selling wine. These times are tough for small businesses in the tour industry like ours. We'd greatly appreciate your support in the form of a wine purchase! Please read our blog post for more details.

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Visit The Tasting Table Budapest

Visit our wine shop and tasting room in Budapest's Palace District for Hungarian wine by the glass and flight, old and rare Tokaji aszú, and local artisan cheese and charcuterie boards. Wine tastings take place daily at 3pm and 6:30pm, and winemaker dinners are held (in English) every other Thursday. Open daily noon-8pm. Bródy Sándor utca 9, Budapest 1088

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Bi-Weekly Winemaker Dinners

Thursdays @The Tasting Table is our bi-weekly communal winemaker dinner. We invite the people who we cross paths with while exploring the region’s food and wine into our tasting room to share their wines and gather at our communal tables. These casual evenings have somewhat of a speakeasy vibe. Chef Tamás prepares the meals, food is served family-style, and wine is poured generously. It is all about enjoying great food, wine, and company. Dinners start back up on April 23rd. Book now to save your space in any of our 2020 dinners!

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Custom Private Tours and Events

Make memorable experiences for your group! We are happy to develop and organize all types of private, group, and corporate events. Let us know what you have in mind, and we will do our best to help make it happen!

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In The Words of Our Guests

Our trip to Hungary last year was one of the most rewarding food travel experiences I’ve ever had. And I’ve had a lot of them over the last thirty years. Gábor and Carolyn took care of literally every detail—the planning was great, the timing was good, and the food was excellent. We were introduced to the people who make the food, had a chance to experience production kitchens and personalities that we’d never have seen on our own. Throughout Gábor’s positive energy, caring attention to detail, good humor and ability to adapt when needed in the moment added up to make it a very special and productive trip. I would very highly recommend Taste Hungary to anyone who loves food and travel and wants to experience Hungarian cuisine and culture at a level far deeper than the average tourist will ever encounter.

Ari Weinzweig

On Taste Hungary's partnership with Zingerman's

Coming into the tour, I not only knew practically nothing about Hungarian foods and wines, but I really didn't know a lot about the culture. What I got out of my tour with Taste Hungary was a deep appreciation of Budapest and Tokaj. I now not only understand what real goulash (gulyás) is, but I feel like I've developed a real repertoire with Hungarian wines (such as eszencia and aszú) and desserts (such as flódni). Additionally, touring the area that was the Jewish ghetto was a really touching experience. I would fully recommend Taste Hungary with no reservation.


On Multiple Taste Hungary Tours

One never knows what one is getting into when planning a trip, and when I made the reservations for the four tours and events that we did with Taste Hungary, I wondered if I had done the right thing. Well, I had absolutely done the right thing. We had a fantastic time at each event. We enjoyed every minute. All in all, we got to drink and eat so much that we feel we have become experts on Hungarian wine and food. And we will certainly impress, at least to our circle of friends, with our new knowledge. Each and every one of our guides was exceptional. We enjoyed their company, and we were impressed by their devotion and kindness. Tamas and his co-worker at the Tasting Table were extremely kind and generous to us. They know their stuff, and were able to communicate their knowledge in a friendly easy-going manner. What a privilege for us to meet them. We will cherish our happy memories for years to come.


On Multiple Taste Hungary Tours
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