Hungarian wines’ fantastic success in Brussels
Posted by Mia Balogh · May 14, 2019

Several Hungarian wines were awarded at the prestigious annual wine competition called ‘Monde Selection’ in Brussels recently.

Three Hungarian wines were awarded grand gold quality labels and several others with gold labels at the prestigious competition called Monde Selection in Brussels, Szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu writes.

At the annual competition, organized first in 1961, 70 expert judges decided which wines should have the awesome grand gold quality labels. This year, Hungarians did extraordinarily well: three Hungarian wines received grand gold quality labels while several others got gold qualifications.

These wines are Pannon Tokaj Aszú 5 Puttonyos Sweet 2014 from Pannon Tokaj winery and Varga Aranymetszés Szürkebarát 2015 and Varga Royal Egri Hárslevelű 2017 – both from Varga Winery. The latter already won gold medals in Paris and Berlin in March.

Hungarian wines awarded at the 2019 Monde Selection competition:

Varga Winery Ltd.

Grand gold: Varga Aranymetszés Szürkebarát 2015

Grand gold: Varga Royal Egri Hárslevelű 2017

Gold: Varga Aranymetszés Olaszrizling 2011

Pannon Tokaj Ltd.

Grand gold: Pannon Tokaj Aszú 5 Puttonyos Sweet 2014

Gold: Pannon Tokaj Szamorodni Sweet 2016

Bodri Winery Ltd.

Gold: Szekszárdi Optimus Cuvée 2016

Faktor Ltd.

Gold: Fritz Borház Szekszárdi Bikavér 2015

Gold: Fritz Borház Szekszárdi Primus Cuvée 2016

Source: Szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu

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