Hungary

Famously namechecked as ‘vinum regnum, rex vinorum’ (‘wine of kings, king of wines’) by Louis XV of France, Tokaji is a dessert wine honed to perfection by centuries of history and its surroundings: the sheltering Carpathian Mountains and the influence of the Bodrog and Tisza rivers. It remains home to an utterly inimitable wine style which, even when unaccompanied, is an unforgettable experience – and it also produces ever more characterful dry wines too.

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  1. Patricius Late Harvest Tokaji, Katinka (37.5cl)

    Lightly sweet, with dried orange, tobacco and white chocolate. Learn More

    £13.95
  2. Patricius Tokaji Furmint Dry

    Wonderfully fresh, light, lilting white wine from an estate best known for its sweets. Learn More

    £12.75
  3. Patricius, Tokaji Aszu, 6 Puttonyos (50cl)

    The 2003 Tokaji Aszu Patricius 6-Puttonyos has a dense exotic and spicy bouquet with apricot jam and marmalade notes. The palate is medium-bodied with a fresh, vibrant marmalade and quince entry and honeyed finish. It feels long in the mouth with a hint of spice. This is drinking beautifully.

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    £32.50