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Tamás Duzsi named 'Winemaker of the Year'

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The Hungarian Academy of Wine named Hunagrian vintner of Szekszárd, Tamas Duzsi, as “Winemaker of the Year” in 2014 on Friday.

The Academy said that the highest award of the Hungarian vintners is an acknowledgement “not of a single wine but of excellence achieved over many years”.

Duzsi’s rosé and red wines previously won prizes at contests in France, Germany, Switzerland and Spain, as well as Hungary, in past years. Cellars of Duzsi are reported to have generated after-tax profit of HUF 77 mln on net revenue of HUF 330 mln in 2013.

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