With the ubiquitous Kékfrankos grape, replete with its lively red fruit and vibrant acidity, Hungary is well-equipped to make refreshing rosé, just the ticket for a balmy Budapest summer evening. Many wineries actually choose to build on Kékfrankos’ crispy base with a few percent of some other grapes which either offer a touch more weight or different flavor spectrums to flesh out the fruit.
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