An aromatic orange gem that dazzles.
This ethereal and racy wine is a beautiful tribute to Furmint, one of the indigenous grapes to the region. In fact, winemaker Oszkár Maurer would probably tell you that his part of Serbia is the birthplace of this grape! Picture interwoven layers of smoked lime and dried lavender, with a drizzle of spiced honey.
- The Maurer family has been crafting wine on the banks of the Blue Danube for four generations now, with Oszkár Maurer currently leading the charge.
- Oszkár’s mission is to highlight indigenous Serbian varietals, making the wines as pure and natural as possible with minimal added sulfur.
- Furmint is known for producing dessert wines like Hungarian Tokaj, but Furmint is versatile and can make drier styles as well; consider it a sassier Chenin Blanc.
- This unfiltered and unfined wine is fermented in open vats and aged in Hungarian oak for added structure.
- Pad Thai from the takeout spot up the street - with extra peanuts, of course.
- Rooftop patios at sunset.
- Chunky cable-knit sweaters.