- Producer: Chateau Cloche Kft
- Vintage: 2011
- Assortment: Systembolaget
- Category: white semi-dry wines
- Quality : OEM (PDO)
- Content: 750 ml
- Alcohol content: 12.5% by volume
- Closure: Natural cork
- Vineyard: Betsek, Harcsa
- Origin: Tokaj
- Country of origin: Hungary
- Grape varieties: 50 % Furmint, 50% Hárslevlű
This cuvée, consisting of Furmint and Hárslevelű, fermented in steel tanks and stored in new barrique made of Hungarian oak for twelve weeks, 6 months in bottle. The grapes were harvested in vineyards Betsek and Makkos in Mad.
- Residual sugar: 9,7 g/l
- Acid: 6,0 g/l
- Dry content: 24,3 g/l
- Bottled: 2013-09
The intense aroma is dominated by white pears, green apples, chestnut, vanilla and dark chocolate tones.
Tasty wine with plenty of fruit and citrus tones with the area characteristic minerals.
The high acidity balances nicely with residual sugar.
Our favourite pairings:
Dried ham, lightly smoked cold cuts, smoked shrimp and smoked salmon, baked cod with fresh basil wrapped in prosciutto.
Recommended serving temperature: 8-12 ° C.
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Chateau Cloche Kft, privately owned company founded in 2008 in Szerencs, Tokaj. The winery has contracted 5 ha of the historic vineyards of Betsek and Harcsa which are dominated by volcanic soil. The age of the vines is between 40 and 45 years. The grapes are allocated as follows: Furmint about 70%, Hárslevlű 25% and 5% Sárgamuskotályos. Winemakers are Ducsai János and Attila Bors. The key words are durability and the foundation of quality starts with the care of vines. Over time the company has invested in new technology and a modern winery that produces wines only in the highest quality class. Chateau Cloche’s mission is to produce modern, high-quality wines to meet current demand but maintaining Tokaj area´s world famous traditions.