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kadarka is a rare native Hungarian varietal grown organically by the Dúzsi family in the warm and hilly southern region of Szeksźard. The Pinot Noir of Hungary.
bush trained 40 year old vines.
spice, dried forest fruit, paprika and plum, tobacco, soft tannins
region: great plain, Hungary
style: light red (great with a chill)
farming/cellar: organic, spontaneous fermentation in open 500 L barrels, an aged for eight months in used large Hungarian Oak.
pairing: light fare like farro bowls and roasted veggies with goat cheese, autumn stews