Got this one as part of the “High-Grade Hungary Case”.
This is a superb wine, it needs time to breathe to improve and would, I am sure, age well for 10+ years due to the relatively high tannins and acidity.
It is a mix of kékfrankos (Blaufränkisch), pinot noir, merlot, cabernet franc and kadarka.
Good structure and backbone with limited fruit on the nose.
Would compare to a Greek Xinomavro or perhaps a good Barolo.