Siller wines are an integral part of Hungarian wine culture. Centuries ago, grape growers made this easy-to-drink, everyday wine from their left over red wine. Our South Balaton Siller follows the Swabian and Serbian traditions, setting Kékfrankos as the main character. A siller is neither red nor rosé, but something wonderfully in between. Berries and bunches from organic cultivation are soaked for three days in a cold environment produce a striking, deep pink colour and bright fruitiness on the tongue and nose. Behind the sweet overtones of red and black currants, cherries and raspberries, the Kékfrankos hits the palate with a mixture of red and black pepper spiciness. With a medium to long finish and incredibly smooth texture, a final touch of saltiness heightens the piquancy of the Kékfrankos and makes it a summer
favourite. In the kitchen, it serves as a versatile accompaniment to soft cheeses,
sushi, duck roasts, Hungarian Mangalica ham or traditional Balaton fish soup. Spontaneously fermented, matured on fine yeast lees for six months, and bottled unfiltered.
GRAPE VARIETIES: Blaufrankisch
CERTIFICATION: Uncertified, organically farmed
TECHNOLOGY: 3 days cold soaking of the grapes,
spontaneous fermentation, 6 month on lees, unfiltered.
ACIDITY: 5,0 g/l
RESIDUAL SUGAR: 0,9 g/l
CATEGORY: Natural line