First Growth since 1732 and part of the World Heritage Site of Tokaj declared in 2002, the Disznókő vineyards have always been sought-after due to their supreme quality. With its know-how and experience in Aszu winemaking, Disznókő is recognized today as being in the forefront of the renaissance of the truly great Tokaji wines.
Acclaimed as one of the most favourable sites for Aszu in Tokaj, the Disznókő estate is a single tract of land of 104 hectares, planted with noble grape varieties of the Tokaj Wine Region, mainly Furmint. Grapes are hand-picked in full or part-clusters, some very ripe, some covered with noble rot, some of Aszu quality, at the very end of the harvest in late October/early November.
Notes of peach and other fresh fruits, citruses, together with floral and almond aromas. Rich, but perfectly balanced; quite broad and creamy with a lovely long finish. Still young with excellent ageing potential.
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