Articles by Sebastián Giraldo
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 ...
Ágnes Németh: Wine Journalist, Judge, and Hungarian Wine Missionary
Taste Hungary's interview with Agnés Németh—a wine journalist, who is a co-founder and editor-in-chief of Hungarianwines.eu, which serves to promote and showcase the world of Hungarian wine.
Fekete Járdovány: A Forgotten Grape, Brought Back to Life in Villány
Attila Gere’s Fekete Járdovány is a one-of-a-kind wine, made from an ancient Carpathian basin grape which is hardly grown anywhere. This is the only commercially-available wine made from this grape.
Christmas is Coming, Bejgli is Here (Recipe)
There is one Christmas culinary custom that is indisputable: LOTS of bejgli will be eaten! Here's a recipe, to make your own poppyseed bejgli.