Hungary has a long tradition of handicrafts anyway, especially in the field of agricultural products and gourmet food. In this case, craftsmanship is mainly about attitude, care and attention and does not necessarily mean actual manual processing. That is, we are talking about products that are technically perfected and reliable. Of course, craftsmanship also means a naturalness of sorts, even including the fact that the same composition cannot always be perfectly reproduced, even if the quality is consistent. But this is where the charm of similar products comes from, all expressing the moment of their genesis, the characteristics of the terroir, the personality of the farmer and the character of the maker in themselves.
Hungarian wines are easy to drink and extremely diverse. As a result, you can find plenty of artisanal and even a significant number of natural wineries in each wine region in Hungary, but many shops or wine bars have been built around this theme across the country. In addition, almost every winery has an “experimental” wine that best reflects the winemaker’s approach. We will therefore not even attempt to present the diversity of Hungarian wines, as it is simply impossible to present the countless underlying philosophies.