Hungary

Tokaji

Furmint

2017

Bottle / 75cl

13%

Juliet Victor Betsek Single Vineyard Selection 2017

Bone dry with intense orchard fruit, a salty mineral character and touch of spice on the finish

Producer | Juliet Victor
Country of origin |
Region | Tokaji
Grape Variety |
Light-medium bodied, bracing acidity, citrus and ginger notes. Pairs well with Asian cuisine
Vintage | 2017
Size | Bottle / 75cl
ABV | 13%
Allergens | Sulphites
Style |
A wine that is over 13.5% alcohol with more complex flavours and a richer mouthfeel. Factors such as climate, grape variety, ageing in the winery, residual sugar level and alcohol level affect the fullness of flavour and will be good clues to look out for. A full-bodied wine would the equivalent to blue-top whole fat milk. Knowing your preference towards a light bodied wine vs a full-bodied wine can help you to find a wine you’ll enjoy. If you enjoy full-bodied wines with bold intensity, look out for these grape varieties; whites with 3+ years ageing, for the reds Malbec, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Tannat, Mavrud

Price £32.79

Quantity Price
1 - 5 £32.79
6 - 11 £31.15
12+ £29.51
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Description

This has a bright straw colour and intense wet stone and salty mineral character on the nose. To taste the wine shows apple and pear aromas. It’s bone dry, elegant and with a pleasant weight and spiciness on the finish. Located in the heart of the Tokaj region, surrounding the village of Mad, the estate is 25 ha split across 7 vineyard plots, Betsek being one of them. Founder Jozsef Varadi set out to locate the most suitable area for Juliet Victor to produce world quality wines and ear marked Mad as having the highest potential. The name Juliet Victor a subtle moniker to it’s founder’s initials.

Food pairing

Oysters, seafood

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