Kadarka Users Guide
Date: October 16, 2005
Hunting for the Red October
The Kadarka is the most Mediterranean but Hungarian red variety, as we had sung yet. We have thought until now, it means laxity, consumption-on-cool and short life cycle. But. The extremely good year 2003 has opened our eyes. Drink Kadarka on 18 °C, after more (6-8 years) aging and riding on a barrel (Oh my darling, oh my darling Clementine…).
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Mészáros Pál Kadarka 2003
Grape: Kadarka
Price: 3.20 (EUR)
Color: vörös
Category: száraz
Country: Hungary
Region: South-West-Hungary
Wine region: Szekszárd
(77 points)
Tested in: 10/16/2005 (77p)
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Vesztergombi Ferenc Kadarka 2003
Price: 9.60 (EUR)
Color: vörös
Category: száraz
Country: Hungary
Region: South-West-Hungary
Wine region: Szekszárd
(73 points)
Tested in: 10/16/2005 (73p)
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Dolna Banya Erotic Gamza 2003
Grape: Kadarka
Price: 0.00 (EUR)
Color: vörös
Category: száraz
Country: Bulgaria
(72 points)
Tested in: 10/16/2005 (72p)