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2015 Ezerjo FPV, Frittmann

2015 Ezerjo FPV, Frittmann
ref. FRIT150 OCT18

Wine Variety: A very old Hungarian grape variety, known to have been employed in the Middle Ages, Ezerjo hails from the land between Lake Balaton and Budapest. It was used to breed Zenit, a Daily Drinker wine of some years ago. The vine does better on heavier soils and the resultant wine can be dry or, through passerillage, fully sweet. Its name means "a thousand blessings".

Wine Region: Hungary is split by the Danube from north to south in roughly equal measures. The Great Plain lies to the east of the Danube and south of Budapest. Pretty much half the country's vineyards are to be found here planted in sandy soils that were first exploited following phylloxera as the louse cannot live in sand. In general terms, The Great Plain is a producer of fairly ordinary wine.

Wine Producer: Generations of the Frittmann family have produced wines here in The Great Plain. In 2007 Janos Frittmann won Winemaker of the Year. 

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£84.00
Style
Style:
Dry White - light
  Grape Variety
Grape Variety:
Ezerjo
  Producer
Producer:
Frittmann
  Serving Temperature
Serving Temperature:
not specified
Alcohol Content
Alcohol Content:
not specified
  Country
Country:
Hungary
  Appellation
Appellation:
Mor
  Drink By Date
Drink By:
not specified
Bottle Size
Bottle Size:
not specified
  Region
Region:
Kunsag
  Colour
Colour:
Still White
  Food
Food:
  • Aperitif
  • Fish
  • Salads

wine tasting notesTasting Notes:

A light nose displaying ripe and slated orchard fruit - pear and apple - as well as a floral scent. There's a wisp of grapiness about the palate, where apples return, with a core of rather rhubarb-like acidity. A nicely long wine, from which emerges a slightly granular minerality at the death. A lovely clean and expressive wine.

#3wordtastingnote: clean, mineral, characterful

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