Tokaji '1413 Edes Szamorodni' by Disznókő is a passito traditional Hungarian wine that has been produced in Tokaj for many centuries. The name derives from the Polish which means 'as it comes': the grapes arrive as they are from the vineyard to the cellar. During the late harvest the grapes, according to the harvesting method of Aszú wines, are harvested in whole clusters with many withered and botrytized berries (affected by 'noble rot'). After fermentation, the wine is aged in cask. The bouquet of this Tocaji evolves over time: when young, hints of wild flowers, fresh and candied fruit but also almonds and woody spices prevail; with aging in the bottle it develops notes of honey and dried fruit while the crunchy acidity softens delicately. Great finesse and balance.
Tokaji Aszù 5 Puttonyos by Disznókő is produced in one of the most historically suitable areas of the Tokaji region, classified as Premier Cru since 1732. It is a true excellence in the world of dessert wines and confirms the ancient and famous fame of the great dessert wines produced in Hungary with grapes affected by the 'Botrytis Cinerea' mold. The grapes wither on the plants and attacked by Botrytis Cinerea are harvested by hand from the end of October to December. Maturation for at least 36 months in barrique. Seductive aromas of honey, spices, dehydrated fruit and dried fruit. Soft and enveloping sweetness, with dense and very persistent aromas, well balanced by the final freshness. Passito of great balance, intense and complex, to be savored at the end of dinner with dry pastries.