Hungarians Reject New Western-Style Wines In a Blow to Several Foreign Investors

Issue: June 15, 1995

June 15, 1995 Hungarians Reject New Western-Style Wines In a Blow to Several Foreign Investors Four years ago, Western investors began pouring millions of dollars into Tokay. They believed that they could revive its winemaking traditions after four decades of communist abuse and turn out the sort of superlative wines that first made Hungary's foremost wine region famous in the early 1700s.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands June 15, 1995.

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