>> Friday, 9 March 2007
Hungary has a long tradition as a wine producing country. Winemaking has evolved over many centuries. Today, the most famous Hungarian wines come from Tokaj, the luscious, sweet, white Tokaji made from botrytised grapes. But red and white wine is made all over the country, for example in Eger and Villany. Château Dereszla is a property that is undergoing substantial renovations following its acquisition recently by a French group (linked to Edonia (previously GAM Audy) in Bordeaux).