Peter Vida is working wonders in the Szekszard region of Hungary, here he uses Kardaka from 100 year old vines is rich and juicy with elegant red cherries and raspberries, gentle spice and a refreshing acidity. Share's some similarities with Pinot Noir if you were looking to try something new.
There are only 0.8 hectares of these 100 year old Kardaka vines which have almost disappeared entirely. Organically farmed the vines are so old and gnarly that they resemble more of a Bonsai tree than a grape vine.
Pairs well with foods that have some spice, maybe a pork loin marinated with a mixture of spices or even a traditional curry.
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