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Kéknyelű 2022

new vintage
HUF 5,190 / bottle
(HUF 6,920/l)
Nature: Dry
Bottle size: 75 cl
Alcohol content: 13%
Recommended drinking temperature: 13-14 °C
Our prices include VAT
Shipping cost: 1 990 HUF / order.
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Curiosity straight from the wine region: one of a kind wine made in Badacsony. It has a floral nose in a less mature stage, which turns into yellow fruits when aged. Extremely mineral in the mouth; an exciting and genuine terroir wine. After ageing two-three years this wine becomes rounder and deeper. Perfect choice for those unfamiliar with the variety, but we also recommend it to those looking for something unique from this volcanic wine region.

Kéknyelű is an ancient Hungarian grape variety, which remains to be found solely in Badacsony today. The grape was named after the blueish-reddish colour of its petioles. Since it only bears female inflorescence, it must be grown alongside a stamina vine, with Rózsakő being commonly used for that purpose (Budai Zöld was used in the past). She often has uncertain and low crop yields – that is the reason why it used to be mocked as “Gent’s Grape” implying that only a gentleman could afford a low yield. Lord paramount of all Badacsony wines perfectly expressing the typical characters of the volcanic terroir.
Our chef's suggestion:
A younger-aged Kéknyelű is a perfect choice for mixed salads, for withe meats and fishes, but it's a good pairing for a white-based pizza.

Order the wines of Laposa Birtok. The online shop contains all the items of the estate, watch the webshop for discounted wine packages and monthly selections! We have an offer on Welschriesling, Pinot gris, Kéknyelű, Furmint, sprakling wine from the volcanic mountains of the Badacsony wine region.

You can pick up the wines in person at Hableány restaurant and at Laposa Estate in Badacsony!

8261 Badacsony, Bogyay Lajos u. 1.
GPS koordináták: É 46.79241° x K 17.49313°
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8261 Badacsony, Park u. 26.
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