Classic Dessert Wines from Hungary

New reviews of 19 Hungarian Tokaji, including both sweet and dry versions, in a range of styles and vintages
May 28, 2010
This selection of dry and sweet wines from Hungary’s historic Tokaj region showcases not only the range of styles available, but vintages as well.

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