“Even more savvy,” that’s how György Lőrincz summed up his first wine that arrived from the 2013 vintage. Beside several of the other blue grape varieties of the estate, it’s dominated by the Kadarka and the Pinot Noir of the Hangács vineyard. Most components of the wine fermented spontaneously in 5- and 10-hectolitre used barrels, and were eventually blended following 16 months of ageing. The most elegant “dog” as of late. Gracefully light and lively. Nice structure, but not overly acidic or tannic. A real summer wine, a superb recommendation as a bistro wine. Lashings of pronounced fruitiness, red berry fruit, spices, strawberry, plum and Dutch cocoa.