Royal Tokaji

Tokaj, Hungary
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      Red Label, 5 Puttonyos, Tokaj – 2013

      Wine & Spirits
      93 Points

      Puttonyos Royal Tokaji’s red label (known as blue label outside the US), is a blend of furmint with a little hárslevelu gathered from across the winery’s many vineyards. While it’s sweet (with 155.7 grams per liter of residual sugar), it feels brisk and fresh, the acidity channeling the wine’s marmalade notes and ripe nectarine flavors with clarity and lift. That breeziness belies the wine’s staying power: This is the sort of sweet wine that can

      December 31, 2018
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      Szt. Tamás, 6 Puttonyos, Tokaj – 2013

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      92 Points

      Puttonyos This vineyard of ruddy red soils often produces one of Royal Tokaji’s most voluptuous wines. In 2013, its fruit ripened to a dried-mango intensity, with notes of tropical fruit, apricots and marmalade deepened by an earthy savor, hinting at smoke and white mushrooms. The acidity keeps the wine feeling plump and succulent, and refreshes the palate for another sip.

      December 31, 2018
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      Betsek, 6 Puttonyos, Tokaj – 2013

      Wine & Spirits
      97 Points

      Royal Tokaji released a string of exceptional wines from 2013, including this Tokaji Aszú, from a vineyard south of Mád on black volcanic soils. The season owes its success to a wet winter followed by a warm, dry summer. Then a cold snap in September helped preserve acidity in the fruit: Although the residual sugar clocks in at 182.8 grams per liter, and acidity sends the wine’s rich, sweet flavors soaring into a heady cloud of flavor, buzzing wi

      December 31, 2018
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      Furmint, The Oddity, Tokaj – 2015

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      Founded in 1990, Royal Tokaji has risen to become one of the most successful foreign investment projects in the region, whose backers include seminal British wine writer Hugh Johnson. While Royal Tokaji also bottles single-vineyard Furmint, mainly for domestic consumption, the Oddity is its entry-level dry wine and the most present in the United States.

      Bryce Wiatrak, February 13, 2019
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      Netflix and Sip: Best Wines to Pair with Your Favorite TV Shows – Featuring Royal Tokaji
      Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen
      March 30, 2019
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      Hungary’s Royal Tokaji Releases the World’s Most Expensive Wine–at $40,000 per Decanter
      Fang Block
      March 11, 2019
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      Fortune: The World’s Most Expensive Wine is From Hungary
      March 1, 2019
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      Is Royal Tokaji’s Essencia the Most Luxurious Wine in the World? – The Manual
      Sam Slaughter
      January 8, 2019
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