Arturas tastes Hungary: day 2

Robert Parker has hardly heard anything about this grape, and it even hasn’t earned own entry on Wikipedia… but here’s your next Pinot Grigio: it is a little-known grape variety in Hungary called Kiralyleanyka (there are a few apostrophes and accent marks somewhere here, as it should be with Hungarian stuff). Crispy,easy on the palate, dry and fresh as spring water, simple in the best sense of the word. This one, circa 2006, comes from Szoke Matyas winery (accent marks omitted), highly recommended, but you have to visit Budapest to actually taste it for as little as 7 EUR. By the way, the best vintages in Hungary were in 2007, 2006 and 2003.
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