A grape of an oval shape and whitish color.
A rich Hungarian wine made from Tokay grapes.
Celebrated sweet white wine; specifically, the special product of the tokay district in north-eastern Hungary. The chief grape variety is furmint, although a little harslevelu is also grown.
(Toe-KAY) - Respected Hungarian dessert wine, reaches its pinnacle in Tokay Aszù ("Ah-zhu"), the sweetest style, affected by botrytis, which see. In my limited experience, Tokay shows a distinctive golden-raisin character that differs from Sauternes and other classic dessert wines.
variety of wine grape originally grown in Hungary; the prototype of vinifera grapes
White grape variety also known as Muscadelle. From South Australia comes the 'Sevenhill Liqueur Tokay'. It's liquid gold in a bottle
Hungary's famous sweet wine. Blend of Furmint and Hárslevelü and Muscat, comparable to a highly aromatic, dramatically vital Sauternes with a searing finish. Also dry table wine of character.
The Anglophone term for Tokaji, a very sweet Hungarian muscat dessert wine. See Muscat
A famous wine from Tokay, a town in Hungary. Louis XIV said Tokay was "the wine of kings and the king of wines." 28 villages in Hungary have the right to call the vine they produce "tokay."