Kadarka is a dark-skinned variety of grape used for red wine. It has a long history and is popular in Hungary, mostly in Szekszárd. Kadarka is sometimes assumed to originate from Hungary.
The wine is characterised by full, easily recognizable taste, deep aroma and dark or medium dark colour. Kadarka is often used for cuvees.

Kadarka 2013

Colour: Light garnet colour, clean.
Nose: Besides fruit aromas of cherry & cassis there is an earthy character & a spiciness with hints of red pepper.
Palate: Dry. A light wine with a medium acidity, elegant & multilayered with spicy aromas of red pepper with a huge balance.
Next to Hungarian fish soup & spicy dishes a special pair.

Alk: 11,5%