Wonderfully lemony crisp, Campanula is terrifically refreshing and top value too. No wonder it’s remained one of our bestsellers for years. Quintessential Pinot Grigio from a modern cellar in Hungary and made by one of the country’s top winemakers.
"Lovely, balanced, with a lot of minerals, dry and not acidic. Easy to drink. 5-Stars"
Online Review For the 2017 vintage
This terrific Pinot Grigio comes from an award winning cellar established in 1949 in the village of Etyek, 50 kilometres from Budapest. It shows just what fantastic quality and value Hungary offers. Famous for its regal sweet wine, Tokaji, Hungary in fact has many strings to its bow, thanks in part to a 600 year history of growing Italian grape varieties. In the modern era, talented winemaker Gábor Laczkó has proven himself expert at a variety of thrilling wines, not least this refreshingly crisp, minerally Pinot Grigio. With classic ripe pear, apricot and crisp green apple character, Campanula offers unrivalled value for money. Enjoy as a refreshing glass anytime – solo or with lighter dishes like tiger prawns or grilled salmon steaks.
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