|The Legend of The Egri Csillag||
In Nagy-Eged hill and its surroundings, at the North-East vineyards of the town stood the watchmen’s huts. According to the description of Frigyes Türk, these watchmen’s huts were lit by torches at night, as to make the territory more visible. Therefore, the glittering light of the huts had the function both of defence and road signs. At those times, long journeys did not stop at night. The news of the travellers’ friendly road lights went all over the country. At that time, the following phrase came into use: "If you travel to Eger, just follow the glittering stars…"
Leányka, Királyleányka, Olaszrizling, Hárslevelű, Ottonel Muskotály
85%-of the grape varieties come from the Carpathian Basin. Base wines are fermented separately in stainless steel tanks. Then the fermented wines were blended and rested for a month. We bottled the wines at the beginning of March.
We recommend with sea food, poultry dishes and salads. Recommended drinking temperature: 12-14 degrees C.
Alcohol: 12,57 % vol, Residual sugar: 1,8 g/l, Sugar free extract: 20,2 g/l T.acid: 5,4 g/l, Free SO2: 22 mg/l