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Wines of Hungary
When people think about Hungary, it’s often its unique thermal baths, rich architectural heritage or
popular natural sights, like Lake Hévíz or Lake Balaton, that come to mind. However, Hungary also
possesses another treasure, which, until recently, has only been discovered by a few: Hungarian wine
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Tokaj wine region
It’s hard to talk about the region and Tokaj wines without getting emotional. This area is not simply a wine region to us, but it’s rather a part of our national identity. The first written record of vineyards in Tokaj dates back to 1252. Tokaj is still a demarcated wine dis-trict, where the two most important grape varieties out of the six permitted are Furmint and Hárslevelű. Since the early 2000s, these two varieties have also been used to make high-quality, full-bodied dry wines here, which faithfully reflect the distinctive taste of the volcanic terroir.
Source: Wines Of Hungary – Personally
Mád has always been a significant village of the Tokaj terroir. Noble families bought vineyards around Mád, and built or bought cellars in the village.
- “Ma ád” means – gives today, became Maád, or Mád as it is called today.
- “Isten” means – God, appears in the name of the Isten hill, where Árpád rested.
- “szerencsét” means – luck, in the name of the village Szerencs.
- “tályon” means – on this land, appears in the name of Tállya.