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Château Dereszla was founded in the 15th century. After being nationalized during the communist period, the property was privatized in 1991. The D’Aulan family from France took over the Estate in 2000 with the strong belief that a winery in such a historical region was worth being revived again.
Dereszla cultivates about 60 hectares, located in the Tokaji Wine Region in Hungary, which is part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage since 2002.
The vineyards are on 8 different locations. This diversity creates perfect conditions for blending and producing exceptional sweet dessert wines as well as high quality dry white wines.
GRAPE VARIETAL: 85% Furmint – 7% Hárslevelü – 5% Yellow Muscat – 3% Kabar
TERROIR: Mainly volcanic stone (andesite and tufa rhyolite) Some vineyards on regosol while others are on loess
AGING: 10% of the blend was aged in oak barrels for 6 months while the rest only stayed in tanks.
TECHNICAL: Alcohol 13%, residual sugar 6.9 g/l, acidity 5.7 g/l, PH 3.22
TASTING NOTES: An elegant wine with smooth acidity and a slight taste of spice. Kabar and a portion of Furmint were matured in oak creating a round body and serious character. The Muscat, Hárslevelü, and Furmint remained in tanks to maintain its crispy and fresh notes.
FOOD PAIRING: Best served chilled as an aperitif, excellent to dine with fish, shellfish or white meat.
89 Points by Wine Enthusiast.
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