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Winter was very mild. There was plenty of rain in between the middle of spring and the end of July. The weather had dramatically changed by the beginning of August. It turned hot and there was hardly any rain. While in September it turned cool and wet again, sugar hardly increased in berries during this period. This difficult weather pattern created above average viticultural work which in turn meant higher harvest costs. However, the lovely and very long Indian summer commencing with the beginning of October has completely changed our view on the vintage. The miraculous weather provided perfect conditions for developing aszu berries. Thankfully the whole region could harvest as much high quality aszu berries as never before anyone can remember. Quality for both late harvest and aszu wines is very high this year. We are happy with the quality of dry wines as well however the volume is lower than usually because of the large amount of botrytis on the bunches.




131 g/l


7.9 g/l

Palackozás ideje

2009 July



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Golden yellow in colour. Fine citrusy aroma as well as a hint of orange peel that hit the nose, later turning to linden honey, and then all of a sudden, the bouquet of damp soil after rain captures the nose. As soon as the wine reaches the palate, it is fascinated with the aromas of apricot, later a note of pear and lime with a hint of vanilla. An ethereal elegance is accompanied with the delicate and rich taste. Refreshing aroma of grapefruit adds to the lingering finish.

„Bursting with zesty tangerine peel aromas and a gentle clover honey sweetness, the Mád Cuvée Late Harvest reflects a lighter style of Tokaji, but with a freshness and delicacy that’s ethereal.” – Anna Lee C. Iijima May 2011, Wine Enthusisast, USA