31. Furmint 2012 – Nagy Sagmeister Borászat winery

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On March 10, 2016
Last modified:January 6, 2017


Furmint 2012 Nagy-Sagmeister Borászat wineryLight golden color. Strong fruity smell, melon honey, peach. Full to medium body. Complex taste, in mouth mix of apricot honey and some (salty ?) mineral. Great balance, acidity noticeable but nicely integrated. Finish is long dry, bitter-sweet, maybe some almonds in background.
What else ? Very good  tasty wine, hard to describe .I was told that grape Furmint loves the sun and that is why this 2012 is very good ( worth every cent).
2013 is different. The minerality is preserved, maybe is reinforcements, less fruity, no peach and honey, more natural scent of green pumpkin.
Finish is long, dry, mineral-salty .Still good wine, very distinguish taste.

Vintage  2014  I have not seen yet, this harvest was bad, I do not know if it is produced.


Name : Furmint 2012
Style : dry white wine, 14%.,
Grape: Furmint 100%
Producer: Nagy-Sagmeister Borászat winery,
Area: Kanjiza,, Subotica area, Vojvodina region, Serbia
Price: 10 eur/ bottle 0.75l



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