- 10 Aug 2015 9:00 AM
In Kunság, hail destroyed a part of the harvest, he added. Per capita consumption of wine in Hungary stands at 23 litres per year at present. Imported wines account for less than 10% of the amount consumed. Hungary produced about 2.7 million hectolitres of wine last year. Almost 770,000 hectolitres were exported.
he 22 wine regions of Hungary: 1 Sopron, 2 Nagy-Somló, 3 Zala, 4 Balatonfelvidék,
5 Badacsony, 6 Balatonfüred-Csopak, 7 Balatonboglár, 8Pannonhalma, 9 Mór, 10 Etyek-Buda, 11 Neszmély, 12 Tolna, 13 Szekszárd, 14 Pécs, 15 Villány, 16 Hajós-Baja, 17 Kunság,
18 Csongrád, 19Mátra, 20 Eger, 21 Bükk, 22 Tokaj (source: wikipedia)
Hungary’s climate and the soil are perfect for wine making and the country embraces 22 wine regions, each with a different micro-climate producing different tastes and styles. The most famous Hungarian wine regions are Tokaj, Villány, Szekszárd and Eger and the regions around Lake Balaton.
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