• Tokaj

    Tokaj-Hegyalja, world heritage, in the heart of Europe
    The city of Tokaj, the capital of the region that produces the wines of the same name, is on the banks of the River Bodrog, at the foot of the firebreaks of the Zemplén Mountains, in north-eastern Hungary, near to the borders of what is today the Independent Republic of Ukraine.
  • Tokaj-Oremus

    It was in around 1630 when Maté Szepsi Lacko, a Calvinist preacher produced the first "Tokaj wine with tears" (Tokaj Aszú). It was served to Princess Zsuzanna Lorántffy, the wife of György Ráckózci I, Prince of Transylvania, in the festivities to celebrate Easter to thank the princess for the attention she paid to her Tokaj subjects. This unusual present was made from the grapes grown in the Oremus vineyard and it was recognised as PRIMAE CLASSIS in 1772, when the first world vineyard classification was established.
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Tokaj
Tokaj-Hegyalja, world heritage, in the heart of Europe
The city of Tokaj, the capital of the region that produces the wines of the same name, is on the banks of the River Bodrog, at the foot of the firebreaks of the Zemplén Mountains, in north-eastern Hungary, near to the borders of what is today the Independent Republic of Ukraine. The region which holds the same name, Tokaj, gathers a total of 5,000 hectares of vineyard and encompasses 27 municipalities. It is triangular in shape and is bordered by Abaújszántó to the west, Tokaj to the south and Satoraljaújheley to the east. Tokaj - Hegyalja (Tokaj golden mountain chain) was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002.
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