Articles by Taste Hungary
Zala Wine Region
Tucked away in the far southwestern corner of the country—on the border of Slovenia and Croatia—the Zala region is one of Hungary’s smallest and least-known regions.
Mór Region: A Hidden Treasure
Mór wines are mainly fresh, floral, and aromatic, and are meant to drink young. The flagship variety here, and the most widely planted grape, is the indigenous Ezerjó.
Kunság PDO: Vineyards Rising From The Sand
The Kunság PDO is Hungary’s largest wine producing area, with 23,300 hectares of vineyards, which are mostly flat and sandy.
Pannonhalma: Hungary’s Smallest Wine Region
Pannonhalma is the smallest Hungarian wine region. The Benedictine Abbey here gives the region a unique place in Hungarian wine culture and Hungarian history.
Waiting for Guests! (An Interview with Gábor Bánfalvi in Borsmenta)
Gábor met with Edit Szabó from Borsmenta for a discussion about our experience with Hungarian wine and tourism, these trying times for international tourism, and our Drinks Business award!