1995 Tokaji Aszú 3 puttonyos
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"11.5 ABV, 146g/l residual sugar, 9.9g/l total acidity. A little caramel to the golden colour. Vanilla and a touch of mint chocolate on the nose, some Botrytis character too with creaminess and a touch of mushroomy quality, but lovely precision. Delightful palate, sesame seeds and toasty richness with a little spice, but the pure, glycerine-smoothed smokiness and richness. An intriguingly smoky and earthy wine, with lovely balance and plenty of sweet allure."
…Silky, harmonious palate. Subtle and elegant (…) Fine, complete, and very, very long."
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"Consistent with my previous tasting notes. A spectacularly beautiful Aszú that feels somewhat developed yet still is remarkably youthful at 20 years of age. There's astounding potential here: this wine is going to go up for years to come. An extraordinary wine already, but still going to get better with age. I wouldn't be surprised if the wine was drinking beautifully even at 100 years of age."
"Deep golden yellow color that has started to turn to bronze. Some wine crystals in the bottle. Incredibly rich, powerful and somewhat developed nose with concentrated aromas of roasted nuts, pungent spicy honey, marmaladey botrytis tones, perfumed floral characteristics, light cloudberry jam notes, a little bit of dried peach and a hint of canned pineapple. The wine is dense, concentrated and extremely sweet on the palate, but also remarkably lively and racy with its bracing acidity. Intense flavors of developed toasty character, dried apricots, some mushroomy botrytis, light vanilla tones, a little bit of cloudberry jam, a hint of honey and a touch of chopped nuts. The mouthfeel is somewhat sticky, but also very firm and almost electric, thanks to the acidity. The finish is crisp, racy and remarkably long with complex, somewhat developed flavors of orange marmalade, cloudberry jam, some honey, a little bit of vanilla, light stony mineral bitterness and bitter orange pith and a hint of rich, toasty complexity."
... is situated on the southern side of a Perlite-hillock, with open faces to west and east, and was once mentioned among the eight most wellknown „dülös“ of Hegyalja. Disznókö means „Pig Rock“ and refers to a large stone that was thought to resemble a wild boar. During the Imperial era, a famous owner of this vineyard was Count Menyhért Lónyay, who was Hungarian Prime Minister from 1867 and K.u.K. Minister of Finance after 1870. Also Archduke Joseph of Austria (1776-1847) owned lots on this tract. Today, this most outstanding vineyard of Mezözombor is exclusively owned by the wellknown Disznókö winery. The old presshouse, called „Sarga Borház“, contains a restaurant today, and the winery's visitors centre.