In a recent blog post, I mentioned that the 2008 harvest had turned out to be a potentially great year for the unique sweet wines of Hungary's historic Tokaji region; the weather was perfect for the development of the botrytis, or noble rot, that dehydrates grapes and concentrates their sugars.
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