Reviewed on 2022-02-09
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Rating 89
Style White Dessert Wine
Variety
Vintage 2018
Appellation
ABV 11.5%
Price $42.00  Buy This Wine
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Perfect For

Drinking Outside the Lines, Sweet Tooth Cravings, Wine And Cheese Night

Drink If You Like

Furmint, Moschofilero , Pinot Gris / Grigio

Tokaj-Oremus Noble Late Harvest Furmint 2018 Review

If you have heard of Sauternes, the famous region of Bordeaux that makes some of the most age-worthy wine in the world, then you need to meet Tokaj (Toh-kah-ee), the Hungarian version. These dessert wines primarily come from the native Furmint grape (along with a shortlist of other native varieties) and have been in production since... well, no one knows. Drinking this wine is sipping history. It has an earthy honeycomb vibe with slight citrus notes. The natural acidity is bright leading to a slightly bitter finish. With some local cheeses and honey-based pastries this wine is ugh-good.

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Tokaj-Oremus Noble Late Harvest Furmint 2018
If you have heard of Sauternes, the famous region of Bordeaux that makes some of the most age-worthy wine in the world, then you need to meet Tokaj (Toh-kah-ee), the Hungarian version. These dessert wines primarily come from the native Furmint grape (along with a shortlist of other native varieties) and have been in production since... well, no one knows. Drinking this wine is sipping history. It has an earthy honeycomb vibe with slight citrus notes. The natural acidity is bright leading to a slightly bitter finish. With some local cheeses and honey-based pastries this wine is ugh-good.

Reviewed On: 02-09-2022
89
POINTS
Tokaj-Oremus Noble Late Harvest Furmint 2018
If you have heard of Sauternes, the famous region of Bordeaux that makes some of the most age-worthy wine in the world, then you need to meet Tokaj (Toh-kah-ee), the Hungarian version. These dessert wines primarily come from the native Furmint grape (along with a shortlist of other native varieties) and have been in production since... well, no one knows. Drinking this wine is sipping history. It has an earthy honeycomb vibe with slight citrus notes. The natural acidity is bright leading to a slightly bitter finish. With some local cheeses and honey-based pastries this wine is ugh-good.

Reviewed On: 02-09-2022