Taste The Best 100 Hungarian Wines

  • 19 Jul 2023 3:44 PM
Taste The Best 100 Hungarian Wines
Which are the best wines in Hungary today? Soon you can find out, and taste them all at Winelovers 100, as this special Grand Tasting event titled 100 Best Hungarian Wines 2023 debuts in September.

It’s an exclusive selection, a winners’ club, in which only the best in Hungary can take its rightful place. These wines are not just about their taste, each one has its own story.

Winelovers 100 will feature
- 100 top-listers and another 54 wines selected by Winelovers magazine,
- A 150 further wines from a wide range of wineries,
- Free pop-up lectures in an exclusive 5* setting.

Date & Place Details
Winelovers 100 Grand Tasting
16 September
Corinthia Budapest
VII, Erzsébet körút 43-49.

Advance HUF 11,900 / in person HUF 16,900.
VIP from HUF 19,900.

Group discounts
over 6 people 6%, over 8 people 8% and over 10 people 10% discount

Tickets can now be purchased online
or via email in English: info@winelovers.hu

Remember to include:
1. Your name
2. How many tickets
3. Which kind of tickets
4. Specify this Grand Tasting event
They will then get in touch to finalise your ticket purchase. 

Words by Peterjon Cresswell for Xpatloop.com
Peterjon has been researching the byways of Budapest for 30 years, extending his expertise across Europe to produce guidebooks for Time Out and his own website liberoguide.com

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