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DEMETER ZOLTÁN "Hárs" Brut - Bortársaság

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DEMETER ZOLTÁN"Hárs" Brut

Bottle price
HUF 6 950
For club members or over 12 pcs.
HUF 6 370

Unit price: HUF 9 267 / litre. Our prices are gross prices.

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“I’ve always been interested in Hárslevelű. After the great dry wine enlightenment of Tokaj in the early 2000s, I was the first to release dry wine made from Hárslevelű, in the 2004 vintage. The first vineyard I bought also had traditionally cultivated Hárslevelű, which gave us a lot of work, while it also showed the ‘speciality’ of the Tokaj slopes. It was obvious that I ought to give it a go in traditional method sparkling wine as well.” – Zoltán Demeter.

A real rarity from Tokaj, from Zoltán Demeter's traditional method sparkling wine cellar, made from his own grapes, first hand. It is defined by a completely different style – short ageing and primary grapey notes – to that of the 2016 Furmint traditional method sparkling wine that has just been released. The grapes were harvested in 2020 and it went through secondary fermentation in the bottle, and then it was disgorged in November 2021. The outcome is fresh, the mousse is lively, the lees notes appear discreetly in it.



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Demeter Zoltán

„Maybe this special vintage was necessary so that after 13 years myself and Bortársaság could get to know each other again. The vintage made it obvious that something is happening in the world that both nature and winemaker should adapt to. The starlings knew what their task was: they arrived a month early, and we started the harvest at the beginning of September, instead of the usual end of October. One can only make good wine in big freedom, and a credible estate wine is only made if people stand behind it and the place of growth verifies them. This is more and more important in my thinking.”

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