Successful Hungarians at the Sommelier Wine Awards 2014

Szent Tamás (St. Thomas) Cellar was the most successful Hungarian competitor with 3 medals.

Sommelier Wine Awards 2014

The “Furmint selection 2011” from Percze-dűlő and the late-harvest sweet wine “No.3909”, also from 2011, won gold medals, whilst “Mád Dry Furmint 2012” won the “Commended” medal.

Silver medals were awarded to the dry furmint 2012 from Royal Tokaj Cellar and the late-harvest “Katinka 2011” of the Patricius Wine House.

The Sommelier Wine Awards is a wine competition with a difference. Focused entirely on wines aimed at the on-trade, since it started in 2007 it has grown to become the key competition for wines trying to increase their presence in hotels, pubs, bars and restaurants, as well as the first point of reference for the UK’s on-trade wine buyers.

The list of wines with awards is available on the webpage of the venue.

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