Articles by Sebastián Giraldo
Hungary’s Beloved Aromatic Wines
Aromatic wines are exuberantly fruity, soft, charming, and loved by millions of Hungarians. This style is made from a diverse range of grape varieties in many regions.
Volcanic Hungary in 3 Wines
Hungary’s diverse volcanic soils produce unique styles of wine which are very different from each other, but share a strong volcanic swag. Here are three types to try.
Etyek Wine Region: Where Limestone and Cool Weather Equal Bubbles
Etyek—the region sitting in Budapest's shadows—has historically been known for its sparkling wines. Its limestone soil and colder climate make it Hungary’s best region to grow Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, ...
Csókaszőlő: A Remarkable Grape Brought Back From Hungary’s Past, Now In The US
Csókaszőlő is an ancient Hungarian variety which is experiencing a (very) small revival thanks to a few committed—and stubborn—winemakers. We've now brought it to the US.
Guide to Hungarian Wine Regions
For a small country, Hungary has many different types of wine-producing areas! Let us explain ...