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Bencze Birtok Furmint 2019 Hungarian Organic Natural Wine

Discover the Hungarian Wines of Bencze Birtok

Bencze Birtok is a natural winemaker located in Hungary's Badacsony wine region. Run by István Bencze, the winery is dedicated to making high-quality wines using sustainable and traditional winemaking methods. He produces a range of wines, each of which is crafted to reflect the unique terroir of the Badacsony region.

Among their most popular wines is the Aries Riesling 2019, which is made using grapes grown in the volcanic soils of the region. This wine is crisp and refreshing, with notes of lime and green apple, and a bright, mineral-driven finish.

Another standout cuvée from Bencze Birtok is their Kéknyelu 2020, a white wine made from the rare, indigenous Kéknyelű grape variety. This wine is rich and complex, with aromas of stone fruit and honey, and a long, savoury finish that lingers on the palate. Only produced in perfect vintages.

For those who prefer red wines, Bencze Birtok also produces a Pinot Noir that is light-bodied and elegant, with flavours of cherry and raspberry, and a subtle hint of spice on the finish. He has also made his first vintage of Blaufrankisch which we were excited to get our hands on as he only made 400 bottles.

Fans of Hungarian wine will also appreciate Furmint 2019 from Bencze Birtok, a white wine made from one of Hungary's most famous grape varieties. This wine is bright and fruity, with notes of green apple and pear, and a crisp, refreshing finish.

Finally, Bencze Birtok produces a Petillant Blanc 2022, a sparkling wine made using the ancestral method. This wine is fresh and lively, with notes of citrus and stone fruit, and a creamy, persistent mousse.

Whether you're a fan of white, red, or sparkling wine, Bencze Birtok has something to offer. With a focus on natural winemaking and sustainable farming practices, the wines are not only delicious, but also a reflection of the unique terroir and rich history of the Badacsony wine region.

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